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Huawei Enjoy Z 5G details are leaked

Huawei Enjoy Z 5G details are leaked - price, specs, features and release date

The details for Huawei Enjoy Z 5G are leaked through AnTuTu benchmark results. Rumors that Huawei will have to bet on MediaTek in the future are picking up steam this week. TSMC will stop manufacturing processors for the company after the new restrictions from the United States , which will imply a change of strategy by the Chinese brand.

The Huawei Enjoy Z 5G has been leaked, a phone that attracts attention for its MediaTek processor, despite the fact that the company already has its own mid-range platform with this connectivity, the Kirin 820.

MediaTek chip and 5G connectivity

The Huawei Enjoy Z 5G has been leaked on AnTuTu, revealing some of its key specifications. The first one that catches your eye is its processor, the MediaTek Dimensity 800. This is MediaTek’s offer for upper-middle range with 5G connectivity and the chipset is also one of Huawei’s own Kirin 820 5G rivals.

Huawei Enjoy Z 5G details are leaked - price, specs, features and release date

Along with this processor, a memory configuration of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage will arrive. It seems quite generous. With this configuration, the Enjoy Z 5G has managed to exceed 315,000 points in AnTuTu. This score distances it from the budget mid-range, which is usually around 200,000 points.

The Enjoy Z 5G will have Android 10 according to this leak, although without a trace of Google services. Apart from this leaked data in AnTuTu, the rest of the phone’s specifications have also been leaked.

Specifically, its 6.5-inch screen with LCD technology and 90Hz refresh rate. The leaks also point to three camera sensors. The main one is 48-megapixel, and there is a 8MP ultra-wide-angle and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Regarding the battery, 4,000mAh is expected with fast charge support.

Enjoy Z 5G is expected to be announced on May 24, although there is still no news on whether or not it will reach the international market. Be that as it may, it will be Huawei’s first step towards a strategy that turns MediaTek as a possible ally against the restrictions of the United States.