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Huawei Enjoy 20s Review

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Huawei Enjoy 20s | Why the price-tag doesn’t complement the LCD that comes with it

The Good
  • Big Battery
  • Fast Storage
  • Encouraging Chipset
The Bad
  • Over-priced

Packing 8GB RAM with the all new MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chipset, Huawei Enjoy 20s joins the midrange fray of gaming handsets.

Design and Display

Huawei Enjoy 20s sports a 6.8-inch 1080p display. It’s an LCD capacitive display with slim bezels and a somewhat chubby chin. The dew-drop camera setup makes it ~84.3% screen-to-body ratio, so you can see the display is large enough for comfortable usage.

The device weighs 212g and comes in black, blue and green colors. This time around, Huawei decided to go with a minimalistic theme at the back; the three colors project a unique, color-specific glow that makes the phone look good. It’s a plastic frame, so expect the phone to have a sleek feel to it. Occasional smudge-lines appear if there’s no cover-protection, so expect regular cleaning rituals!

Performance and Hardware

Huawei Enjoy 20s packs 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM supported by the all-new MediaTek MT6873 Dimensity 800 5G chipset. Unlike conventional Kirin chipsets on incoming Huawei handsets, Enjoy 20s is the first variant to sport an updated MediaTek processor. This spec sheet works well with heavy app usage and games like PUBG and COD Mobile will work well.

The side-mounted fingerprint sensor is lightning fast and doesn’t wear down performance to any degree. Overall, the price-tag feels a bit high.


The rear triple-camera setup comprises of a 48MP primary sensor, 8MP Ultrawide and 2MP Depth in-support modules. There’s autofocus which helps produce neat pictures, and the video results look promising. It’s not VERY GOOD, but the job gets done without typical problems.

The front camera setup is a 16MP sensor that has a neat portrait mode. Selfies tend to get a bit overexposed, which is a common problem with midrange phones these days.


Huawei Enjoy 20s packs a 4300mAh battery that works pretty well. Typical battery timing rests easy between 24-36 hours, which is a good stat. You also get a fast charger that revamps your battery from 0-100% in 85 minutes.

Multitasking and heavy app usage don’t drain your battery by considerable margins, but there’s heavy drainage if you play PUBG and COD Mobile on simultaneous tabs.


It’s overpriced. You can get Huawei’s Y9a or nova 7i handsets at cheaper rates. The spec sheet is good, battery works well and the fingerprint sensor is solid. All things considered, we’d still recommend Huawei’s Y9a and nova 7i over Enjoy 20s. If money isn’t the issue for you, then go for it!