The Huawei Enjoy Max is one and the same device as the Honor 8X Max but targeted at different markets. Huawei’s sub-brand had launched the 8X Max first for the China market, and then the main brand rebranded it as the Enjoy Max. Whichever model name you go with, you will have to deal with the 7.12-inch screen size.
It isnt as horrible as it sounds. Thanks to edge-to-edge display technology, you can squeeze a large display of this sort into a phone that wpuld traditionally house a 6.5-inch display. Or even less.
The Huawei Enjoy Max is a fashion icon though with its leather back cover design. So if you have the taste for that kind of touch, you should look at the specs and price. If you prefer glass back, the Honor 8X Max is what the doctor prescribed for you.
Huawei Enjoy Max aka Honor 8X Max: The Specs
Operating System / Software: Android 8.1 Oreo + EMUI 8.2
Screen: 7.12 inches, 1080 x 2240pixels, water-drop notch,
Sensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core
Internal Storage: 64GB / 128GB
Rear Camera: 16+2 megapixels dual camera, 1080@30fps video recording
Front Camera: 8 megapixels, 720p video recording
Battery Capacity: 5000mAh
Charging: 9V/2A fast battery charging
As you can see, the display is not the only large thing about the Honor 8X Max. There is a massive 5,000 mAh battery to make sure that screen doesnt leave you drained of juice in the course of your day.
The two variants of the Huawei Enjoy Max cost as follows:
- 64GB version: ¥1699 / $245 (about NGN87,000);
- 128GB version: ¥1999 / $289 (about NGN103,000).
The 8X Max is the more affordable device and its variants cost as follows:
- 64GB version: ¥1499 / Rs. 15,745 / $219; (about NGN78,0000)
- 128GB version: ¥1799 / Rs. 18,900 / $263 (about NGN93,000)
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