Huawei Enjoy Z, an upcoming 5G ready smartphone from Huawei, seems to be appearing in a lot of leaks these days. We first reported the existence of this device two days ago when the details of the device popped up on several Chinese language tech blogs. A day later, we came across the first images of the phone, thanks to the Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station. Today, the phone has appeared on the popular benchmarking platform Geekbench with the model number Huawei DVC-AN00.
Let us take a closer look.
From the screenshot of the Geekbench result below, you can see that the device is powered by the Mediatek MT6873 processor, which is better known as the MediaTek Dimensity 800. This SoC is based on a 7nm manufacturing process and features four big ARM Cortex-A76 cores as well as four little ARM Cortex-A55 cores – both clocked at up to 2GHz. For graphics, the SoC gets the Mali-G57MC4 GPU, which is a four-core variant of the Mali-G57. For connectivity, the Dimensity 800 uses an integrated 5G modem.
We also see that the Huawei Enjoy Z manages to score 2539 points in the single-core score and 8436 points in the multi-core tests. Also evident from the Geekbench result is the fact that this variant of the Huawei Enjoy Z comes with 6GB of RAM and runs Android 10 at launch.
In yesterday’s article, we had outlined that the Huawei Enjoy Z could be offered in three color options at launch. The phone has a triple rear camera setup with an LED flash at the top. There was also talk about the primary camera on the phone using a 48MP sensor. The Enjoy Z is also rumored to feature a 90Hz display and uses a traditional notch for the front-facing camera.
As outlined in our previous articles, Huawei plans to project this device as an affordable 5G capable smartphone in its home market. The company has already confirmed that it will launch this device on May 24. There is no word if this device would make it to other markets – including India.