The Huawei Enjoy 7S is yet another 2:1 phone with narrow bezels and dual cameras

Huawei seems to think you can never have too many trendy smartphones, available around the world at a variety of price points under two main brands and a bunch of secondary ones.

You probably didn’t know the Chinese OEM has a line of handsets branded Enjoy, which is apparently so old that a 7S model just dropped to replace last year’s low to mid-end 6S. This new entry in the company’s affordable family of domestic-only Androids greatly resembles the Honor 7X, shrinking however the Full HD+ screen to 5.65 inches.

That obviously allows the Huawei Enjoy 7S to sit comfier in the user’s hand, at a shorter 150.1 mm, narrower 72.05 mm, thinner 7.45 mm and lighter 145 grams. You still get a 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution and 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio, with relatively slim bezels and a circular fingerprint scanner mounted on the phone’s premium-looking metal rear.

There are two cameras located on its backplate as well, although they’re not exactly powerhouses, featuring 13 and 2MP sensors. The front-facing shooter is as decent as you expect, with 8 megapixels in tow, and under the hood, the Enjoy 7S packs a respectable octa-core Kirin 659 processor and 3000mAh battery.

The most pleasant surprise in this spec sheet is undoubtedly Android 8.0 Oreo out the box, with pre-sales underway today, and shipments starting in China on December 22. You can order the Huawei Enjoy 7S with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage space in exchange for roughly $225 (1,499 yuan), or upgrade to 4 gigs of memory and a 64GB ROM at CNY 1699 ($257).

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