“Huawei Enjoy 60 Revealed Next Week with Advanced 14nm Kirin Chip and Massive 6000mAh Battery”

Huawei’s Next Flagship Line to be Introduced on March 23rd

Huawei is set to introduce its next flagship line on March 23rd, which will include the P60 series consisting of the P60 and the P60 Pro. The Chinese manufacturer will also unveil its new foldable, the Mate X3, on the same date. Additionally, Huawei will be previewing the Huawei Enjoy 60, a mid-range phone, with three color options: Magic Night Black, Dawn Gold, and Ice Crystal Blue. Let’s take a closer look at the Enjoy 60’s rumored specs.

The Enjoy 60 Features Large 6000mAh Battery, 6.75-inch LCD Display, and 8MP Selfie Camera

The Huawei Enjoy 60 will reportedly be equipped with a large 6000mAh battery that will be in charge of keeping the lights on. The phone will sport a 6.75-inch LCD display with an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1600 and a basic 60Hz refresh rate. There is also a water-drop notch housing the front-facing 8MP selfie snapper. The HD display and the large battery should result in amazing battery life for the phone.

The Enjoy 60 will have HarmonyOS 3.0 pre-installed and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner integrated into the lock screen button. On the back, the phone will feature a 48MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor.

Kirin 710A Processor and Pricing

Huawei is using a home-grown Kirin chipset to power the Enjoy 60, specifically the older Kirin 710A produced by China’s largest foundry, SMIC, using its 14nm process node. The chip houses approximately 5.5 billion transistors, making it less powerful and energy-efficient compared to the Apple A17 Bionic or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.

The Kirin 710A features four Cortex-A73 Performance CPU cores running at 2.0GHz and four Cortex-A53 Efficiency cores running at 1.7GHz. And this will be reflected in the pricing of the two variants. One, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, is expected to be tagged at the equivalent of $190. The other model, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, will cost the equivalent of $220.

Previewed on March 23rd

Huawei has released a poster on its verified Weibo account promoting the phone and the event, confirming that it will be previewed on the same day as the P60 series and the Mate X3. What will happen to the smartphone industry when it runs out of names for different hues? This might occur before Moore’s Law is repealed (and yes, that’s a joke. Moore’s Law is not a real law but is an observation that the transistor count on chips doubles every other year).