Wiko is a French smartphone company, but lately, it mostly launches copies of Huawei devices on the Chinese market. The latest product is called Hi Enjoy 60s, and while it isn’t an exact copy of another device, it does come with HarmonyOS.
The Enjoy 60s is similar to the Huawei Enjoy 60, announced in the first half of the year. It has the same 6.75” LCD with a waterdrop notch for an 8 MP camera and basic 720p resolution. The chipset here is Dimensity 700, allowing for 5G connectivity.
The duo of cameras on the back are a 13 MP main shooter and a 2 MP depth sensor.
Being part of the Harmony ecosystem, the Enjoy 60s will pair effortlessly with any Huawei device through the AI Life app. The 6,000 mAh battery comes with 22.5W SuperCharge support, which is a Huawei standard. Other features include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual SA/NSA connectivity, and a 3.5 mm audio jack.
Wiko offers the Hi Enjoy 60s 5G in Black, White or Blue. The company omitted its W logo for Harmony’s H on the back, which is accentuated in gold color. Just like Huawei, this maker also didn’t reveal RAM.
We do know there are two memory variants, 128 GB and 256 GB. Prices are CNY1,399 ($190) and CNY1,599 ($220), respectively, and the phone is available for pre-order at the Huawei-owned Vmall online store.
Source (in Chinese)