While Honor will be announcing the Honor 20 Youth Edition on October 16th, Huawei has just officially declared it will be revealing the Enjoy 10 Plus on October 18th in China. Now, the Enjoy 10 Plus isn’t a completely new handset by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, like the Honor 20 Lite, it has also been announced outside of China on September 5th succeeding the Enjoy 9 Plus. Among other news, the Honor 20 Youth Edition was spotted on Geekbench today with the model number HUAWEI LRA-AL00.
The Enjoy 10 Plus that has already launched is a pop-up camera device with a 6.59″ FHD+ full-screen display and triple rear cameras. However, this model has been teased with a hole-punch display similar to the Honor V20 series. It also has an in-screen fingerprint reader compared to the biometric sensor on the rear. Hence, we could be in for more q Under the hood, the Enjoy 10 Plus enjoys the liberty of a Kirin 710F SoC coupled with 4GB, 6GB or 8GB RAM. It packs a 4,000mAh battery and a 48MP main camera joined by an 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP depth sensor units.
Honor 20 Youth Edition With 8GB RAM Appeared on Geekbench
Coming to the Geekbench scores of the Honor 20 Youth Edition, it seems the processor isn’t the Kirin 810 SoC as the total multi-core numbers look quite underwhelming. For example, the Honor 9X which also sports the 7nm-based Kirin 810 SoC logged a multi-core total of 7,586 while this model here has 5,458. Apart from that, the handset has passed TENAA certification leaving us with only the price as the missing puzzle of the jigsaw. The handset which is a close cousin of the Honor 20 Lite rocks a 6.3-inch Full-HD+ OLED display, a 48MP primary rear camera, and an in-display fingerprint reader.