The Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus may come with a pop-up selfie camera and the Kirin 820 SoC
Huawei has been linked to an upcoming phone called the Enjoy 20 Plus for a while. Recently, newer leaks have popped up, seeming to indicate that its launch is still on. The latest tips assert the phone will come powered by the Kirin 820 processor, have a 6.63-inch FHD+ display and rock triple rear shooters with a 48MP main sensor.
This phone's looks have also reportedly been shown in full by an online seller that already stock cases they claim match the upcoming phone. Should these images be proven accurate, the Enjoy 20 Plus gets a feature that is fast becoming eclipsed by the punch-hole in other new phones: a pop-up front-facing camera.
Despite the fact this once-ubiquitous spec isn't that trendy anymore, it does confer the advantage that the screen paired to it exhibits no interruptions whatsoever. Nevertheless, its presence may mean the Enjoy 20 Plus will be confined to a lower tier of its market in 2020.
Nevertheless, it may also be released alongside a cheaper vanilla variant. This plain 20's case may also have been leaked, showing a device with a waterdrop notch. It is said to have a 6.6-inch HD+ screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a Dimensity 800 SoC at the best.
To date, there are no hints as to where Huawei may sell these putative Enjoy 20 variants. On that note, it is possible that the Plus model is also the Mate 40 Lite (a render for a phone of this name resembles the new case images closely), and that both may already be on sale in China as Maimang-series phones.