Qualcomm has been granted a license to sell mobile phone chips to Huawei, however, the caveat is that they are limited to 4G chips. Now, a new leak says we may see the first Snapdragon-powered Huawei phone in a while and it may launch as the Huawei Enjoy 20e.
The info comes from the Chinese leaker that goes by Arsenal on Weibo and according to him, the Chinese manufacturer has a new phone in development that may launch as the Enjoy 20e.
The upcoming phone will have a Snapdragon 460 processor. The processor will be paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There will also be a 6GB RAM version which will also have 128GB of storage.
The leak also mentions that the phone will have an HD+ display but doesn’t mention if it will have a notch, a punch hole, or bezels. However, seeing as the Enjoy 20 5G and Enjoy 20 Pro have a waterdrop notch, that may be the case with the Enjoy 20e.
There will also be a 5000mAh battery with support for 10W charging. With a battery capacity this big, users should get at least 2 days of usage on a single charge, though 10W will be painfully slow charging. Huawei will also use polycarbonate for the phone.
Alongside some of the key specs, the leaker also reveals the possible price tags for the phone. The 4GB RAM version is expected to sell for ¥1199 (~$183) while the 6GB RAM version is expected to sell for ¥1399 (~$213).
There is no info regarding a launch date but we expect it to be announced before the end of the year. We also expect there will be more Huawei phones powered by other Qualcomm 4G processors such as the Snapdragon 720G, Snapdragon 665, and the Snapdragon 662 coming in the future. So fans of Huawei who are already tired of the plethora of Kirin 710/Kirin 710F chipsets have what to look forward to.
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