Huawei to launch the Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro and Honor 30 Lite – IT Voice | Online IT Media

Huawei has launched its mid-tier Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro, which will be the company’s latest offering in the 5G smartphone world. It comes with the MediaTek Dimensity 800 SoC with triple rear camera setup. It is reported to have an excellent low light performance with software tweaks and a robust algorithm. It is released for China as for now, but the global market release date is yet to be announced. Huawei has gone with a waterdrop style notch display with a 6.5′ display and 90Hz refresh screen. Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro will come in three colors; Dark Blue, Galaxy Silver, and Magic Night Black. The MediaTek Dimensity 800 SoC is an eight octa-core chipset coupled with 6/8 GB RAM. The triple camera setup sport 48-megapixel primary lens with an 8-megapixel secondary camera and 2-megapixel tertiary camera. The full functionality is yet to be known. It will have the latest connectivity option but lack an in-display fingerprint scanner. The company has gone with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which is equally fast. It will have a quick charging ability with a 4000 mAh battery.

Huawei is always planning to launch the Honor 30 Lite with the same chipset and similar specifications. Reports state that Huawei had captured a total of 19% market share worldwide during April and May, making them the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world surpassing Samsung with the ongoing trade war with the USA and the absence of Google services on their latest devices. It is a major concern of the manufacturer but because of the worldwide lockdown, it gained market share, although Samsung eventually regained the top position. Huawei still isn’t far behind. Huawei is still at the helm in China, as the anti-China sentiments are soaring in India, hence Huawei will have a tough time to market its products in India. The company has released its latest EMUI 10.1 Android 10 based skin for their devices; subsequently, their brand Honor will also release Magic UI 3.1 for selected devices. Huawei, with the update, has also launched their personalized voice Assistant called Cecila available in 3 languages currently English, Spanish and French. Huawei has also made deals with Qualcomm and MediaTek for supplying chipsets to them after the trade ban on technology made in America for the use of Chinese manufacturers. The Taiwanese based company TMSC was using the American fabrication technique hence had to terminate its deal with Huawei. Despite all the happening and troubles, Huawei has managed to still be in the market, moving forward and releasing smartphones. It will be interesting to see what the company has in store for us.