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Huawei Enjoy 10 mid-range Android smartphone pops up on Geekbench ahead of release

Image via Huawei.
Image via Huawei.
The Huawei Enjoy 10 appeared in a Geekbench 4 listing earlier today. The phone, which boasts an octa-core processor and 4 GB of RAM, looks to be in line with other mid-range handsets like the Google Pixel 3a and Xiaomi Mi A3.

Huawei's Mate 30 and P30 have seen some success in the flagship world, but Huawei’s next release is set to tackle the mid-range market. The Enjoy 10, which is expected to launch on October 18th in China, recently appeared on Geekbench; the listing gives us a glimpse of Huawei’s latest handset.

The Huawei Enjoy 10 (model number ART-AL00x) posted a single-core score of 1543 and a multi-core score of 5441 in Geekbench 4.4.1. This puts the Enjoy 10 in league with other Chinese mid-rangers like the Xiaomi Mi A3. The Enjoy 10 also looks like a worthy competitor to the Samsung Galaxy M30 and Google’s Pixel 3a.

The Huawei Enjoy 10 packs a 1.71 GHz octa-core processor (likely the Kirin 710F SoC) and 3.7 GB of RAM behind its 6.39-inch HD+ display. The phone has a punch-hole display housing an 8 MP front-facing camera. A triple camera array (48 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP) sits around back. The Enjoy 10 should drop in a few days, although it’s only slated for release in China at this point.

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Sam Medley, 2019-10-16 (Update: 2019-10-16)
Sam Medley
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