Huawei Renames Honor Enjoy 7S As P Smart For Global Marketsby Ajinkya December 30, 2017
Huawei’s subsidiary Honor launched the Enjoy 7S in China a few weeks ago. It succeeded popular Enjoy 6S and is a mid-range smartphone. According to a popular tipster Evan Blass of @evleaks, the phone will be launched as the Huawei P Smart in global markets. The leaked press image he posted suggests a January 1st date for its release, which points toward a CES 2018 unveil.
The phone sports a full-screen display with minimal bezels. It flaunts a metallic body at the rear with the fingerprint sensor. It packs in a 5.65-inch FHD+ 2160 x 1080 display. It measures 150.1 x 7 2.05 x 7.45 (mm), which should be ideal for one-handed usage. The phone is powered by the proven Kirin 659 SoC (System on Chip), which also does duty on many popular Huawei devices. It comes in two options with 3 GB RAM + 32GB and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB to choose from. Both variants will feature microSD card slot.
On the photography front, it gets dual rear cameras 13 MP + 2 MP combo and an 8 MP shooter for the selfie buffs. Despite being a budget oriented smartphone, it will ship with latest Android Oreo with EMUI 8.0 skin on top. Other features include Bluetooth v4.2, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm audio jack, and microUSB. It draws power from the 3000 mAh battery.
The base model of Enjoy 7S is priced at CNY 1499 (approx. Rs 15,000) while the 4 GB RAM variant is costs CNY 1699 (approx. Rs 17,000). Since these two are technically the same phones, you can expect similar pricing for the P Smart.