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Huawei Enjoy 50 Pro to launch at HarmonyOS 3.0 event



huawei enjoy 50 pro harmonyos 3.0

Huawei is all set for the new product launch conference on July 27. The Chinese tech giant will unveil a bunch of smart gadgets with the latest interfaces. While the company is still rolling its sleeves for giving a final touch to the HarmonyOS 3.0, a new report suggest that Huawei will also uncover Enjoy 50 Pro at the same event.

As informed by the well-known Weibo blogger – @FactoryDirectorShiguan, the Chinese manufacturer will bring on Huawei Enjoy 50 Pro in the same HarmonyOS 3.0 launch event. Apart from the release info, the tipster also utters some of the key specs of the forthcoming smartphone.

huawei enjoy 50 pro harmonyos 3.0

Huawei Enjoy 50 Pro: Key Specs

The Enjoy 50 Pro model packs an irremovable 5000mAh battery that supports a rapid charging of 40W. The front part will carry a 6.7-inch LCD panel with a hole punch at the center. To the edges, the device will exhibit a three-sided frame to flourish a modish look.

Concerned with the camera system, the device showcases a triple-cam framework at the backend. Alternatively, this framework holds a 50MP main snapper, and a pair of 2MP sensors. At the front, there is an 8MP mini lens for selfie purposes.

Interestingly, the tipster believes that the front face of the device is quite similar to Honor X30. On the other hand, some previous reports state that the camera bump of the respective smartphone reminds us of the Mate 40 series. To get a clear view of the device, we have to wait a few days more.

huawei enjoy 50 pro harmonyos 3.0

So far, the Chinese manufacturer has already released the global version of the Enjoy 50 Pro model in June 2022. The device carries the term – Nova Y90. It implies similar features as the new Enjoy 50 Pro. The only difference is the operating system which is EMUI 12 for the Nova Y90.

Read More: Huawei Nova Y90 launched with 6.7-inch display, 50MP AI triple camera, big battery, and fast charging


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