Huawei Enjoy 6s
Huawei launches the Enjoy 6s handset just over a month after the release of Enjoy 6. The new Huawei Enjoy phone is a slight improvement over its predecessor. Huawei

It has only been over a month since Huawei released its Enjoy 6 smartphone, yet the Chinese electronics giant can’t seem to wait to launch its successor, the new Enjoy 6s. The latest Huawei Enjoy handset is a minor upgrade over its predecessor.

The design of the Enjoy 6s is comparable to that of the Enjoy 6 with the exception of a few minor details. The LED flash at the back portion of the 6s is placed rather differently compared to its predecessor. The new Huawei Enjoy 6s is also slightly slimmer than the Enjoy 6. According to GSMArena, the Enjoy 6s has a metal framework with bevelled corners that allow for an easy grip.

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The Huawei Enjoy 6s is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core chipset rather than the Enjoy 6’s Mediatek MT6750 processor. The new Enjoy phone comes with 32 GB of storage and 3 GB of RAM. Its external microSD memory slot is expandable up to 256 GB.

The main shooter of the Huawei Enjoy 6s is a 13 MP f/2.2 camera with autofocus and LED flash. It comes with geo-tagging, panorama and HDR. The front-facing camera is a 5 MP selfie snapper.

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The Huawei Enjoy 6s features a 5-inch AMOLED display with a 1280 x 720 resolution and 294 ppi pixel density. It packs a non-removable lithium polymer battery with 3,020 mAh capacity, interestingly lower than its predecessor’s 4,100 mAh power. The Enjoy 6s does not run on the latest Android operating system, Nougat 7.0, but instead uses Marshmallow 6.0.

The Huawei Enjoy 6s is available in three colours: gold, white and silver. It currently goes for CNY1,599 (AU$310), which is a bit more costly compared to the CNY1,300 (AU$250) price tag of the Enjoy 6. The Enjoy 6s is currently only available in Huawei’s home country of China and is most likely going to stay that way.