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Huawei Enjoy Z 5G smartphone will be presented on May 24

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Recently, Huawei introduced its most affordable 5G smartphone for the European market. The P40 Lite 5G model costs 400 Euros in Europe(about $433), and this is one of the most affordable 5G devices in this market. But, of course, in China, everything is different with prices. On May 24, Huawei will introduce a new smartphone in its home market – Enjoy Z 5G, which may become its cheapest device with support for fifth-generation networks. In fact, there is no price data yet, just that the Chinese giant’s Enjoy line traditionally consists of very affordable smartphones.

Is Huawei preparing its cheapest 5G smartphone? Enjoy Z 5G will be presented on May 24

Huawei itself now has the most affordable 5G SoC with Kirin 820, so we can assume that Enjoy Z 5G will be based on it or some MediaTek solution. In any case, now there is not a single 5G platform on the market with modest performance. So future smartphones with 5G support will be many.

It is reported that the upcoming model will be the most affordable Huawei smartphone with support for fifth-generation mobile communications (5G). The price most likely will not exceed $ 250.

Alas, there is no information about the technical characteristics of the upcoming phone. But the teaser hints at the presence of a screen bending to the sides. It can be assumed that a Full HD+ panel will be used.

The Kirin 820 5G processor can be involved. The chip combines four Cortex-A76 cores with a frequency of up to 2.36 GHz. In addition to four Cortex-A55 cores with a frequency of 1.84 GHz, ARM Mali-G57MP6 graphics accelerator and a 5G modem.

According to Strategy Analytics, in the first quarter of this year, 24.1 million 5G smartphones were sold worldwide. Huawei, together with the Honor brand, is in second place in the ranking of leading suppliers. It comes after Samsung with a share of approximately 33%.

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