The Huawei Enjoy 7s was announced earlier this month in China, and according to some new info provided by @evleaks (Evan Blass), the device will be announced outside of China as the 'Huawei PSmart', while Mr. Blass also shared a render of the device. Now, we're talking about rebranding here, nothing else, which essentially means that the phone will look the same as, while it will ship with the same specs as well.
That being said, the Huawei PSmart's alleged flip case surfaced earlier this month, though back then, we though that the phone will be called 'P Smart', not 'PSmart'. In any case, the Huawei Enjoy 7s is a mid-range smartphone, and it comes with an improved design compared to its predecessor, as Huawei decided to trim down its bezels quite a bit. The Huawei Enjoy 7s sports Huawei's branding below the display, and all of its physical keys are placed on its right-hand side. The device sports a 5.65-inch fullHD+ display, 3GB / 4GB of RAM and 32GB / 64GB of native storage. We're still not sure whether both of these variants will be available outside of China, or will Huawei only push the higher-end model, but we'll find out soon, quite probably. 13 and 2-megapixel shooters are placed on the back of the phone, while a single 8-megapixel camera is included on the device's front side. Android 8.0 Oreo comes pre-installed on the Huawei Enjoy 7s, and it will be pre-installed on the Huawei PSmart as well, with Huawei's Emotion UI (EMUI) 8.0 skin on top of it.
The device comes with a hybrid dual SIM setup, while it is made out of metal. A fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of the device, and a 3,000mAh non-removable battery is also included here, while it supports fast charging. The Huawei Enjoy 7s was announced in Black, Blue, Gold, and Rose Gold color variants, and the Huawei PSmart will probably become available in most of those colors as well. It is quite possible that India may become the first market that the Huawei PSmart arrives in, though we're only guessing, as Europe also has a chance of becoming first to get it, following China, of course.