You can say a lot of things about Huawei, but to say they’re lazy would be pretty wide of the mark. Indeed, it feels like barely a week goes by without the Chinese giant releasing a phone at some price point or another for a market somewhere in the world. Now, the company have revealed their latest effort, a mid range monster known as the Enjoy 7S. As far as headline features go, the 7S has a 5.65″ “FullView” display with a 2160 x 1080p resolution. FullView, as it turns out, means a 16:9 aspect ratio and little by way of bezels, looking like a slight variant of the Pixel 2 XL from the front. As for the rear, well, you’ve got a good, old fashioned iPhone 7 clone, albeit one with dual cameras and a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. It’s a pleasing aesthetic thanks to the aluminium construction, but you wouldn’t label it a particularly distinct bit of industrial design. Internally the phone packs a mid-tier octa-core Kirin 659 processor, clocked at 2.36 GHz and paired with a Mali-T830 MP2 GPU, along with your choice of memory configuration – 3GB RAM & 32GB storage or 4GB RAM & 64GB storage. Both memory options are expandable via MicroSD up to 256GB, using the second SIM card slot. Oh, and all that power will be used to display Android Oreo, buried beneath Huawei’s EMUI 8.0 software. In terms of snappers, there’s a 13MP + 2MP dual camera set up around the back, with the 2MP sensor largely serving to create depth and artificial blur, or bokeh, if you fancy. Around the front, there’s an 8MP unit for capturing your crippling insecurity in gloriously high fidelity. Rounding out the specs is a 3,000mAh battery, with fast charging via the Super Charge tech. Pre-orders are currently open at reputable resellers, ahead of a December 22nd shipping date, but how much is the Enjoy 7S going to set you back? Well, the base 3/32GB model costs roughly £168, whilst the 4/64GB variant carries a steeper price tag at around £191, taking currency conversions into account. As for colours, you’ve got a choice of Black, Blue, Rose Gold and Gold/Champagne. Nice!