Last week, a mysterious Huawei smartphone with model number STK-AL00 along with it’s network variant STK-TL00 was certified by the Chinese TENAA authority. This device was touted to be the upcoming Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus which is slated to be announced in September next month.
Although the device was believed to be the rebranded version of the Huawei Y9 Prime (2019), but it’s live images which were updated on it’s TENAA listing today show some design changes on the upcoming Enjoy 10 Plus.
As seen from it’s official images, it’s camera sensors are affixed in a single vertical module instead of having two separate camera modules with dual sensors and another with single sensor located below it – which is what we saw from the Y9 Prime (2019).
Another major difference lies on it’s main snapper. We know that the Y9 Prime (2019) has a 16 megapixels main snapper. However, the Enjoy 10 Plus will come with a beefed up camera which features a 48 megapixels main snapper instead.
This was seen as an absolute need given that other mid-rangers in the market will soon be equipped with 64 megapixels primary sensor including the upcoming Redmi Note 7 which is expected to cost slightly more than the Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus.
Since there isn’t any visible waterdrop notch or hole-punch selfie camera, it is safe to assume that the Enjoy 10 Plus will feature an elevating selfie camera similar to the Y9 Prime (2019).
Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus Specification
The purported Enjoy 10 Plus comes with a 6.59-inch display that offers full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
Under the hood, there is an octa-core processor with 2.2 GHz clocking speed (most likely Kirin 710 SoC) driving the device alongside 4 GB/ 6 GB of RAM and 64GB/ 128GB onboard storage.
Moving on to it’s camera, the triple-camera setup on it’s back panel comprises of a 48 megapixels main snapper, an 8 megapixels ultrawide lens and a 2 megapixels depth sensor. It’s elevating selfie camera will also house a 16 megapixels sensor as well.
The device will come loaded with Android Pie OS and has a massive 4,000mAh non-removable battery to keep it’s lights on for a decent amount of time.