To start things off, the MatePad 11 (2023) is an update from the 2021 version with a new rear camera module design, a slightly larger 11-inch 120hz display, and a Snapdragon 870 processor (the 2021 version used a Snapdragon 865). Save for those updates, the MatePad 11 (2023) still has a 7250mAh battery with 22.5 wired charging, 4-speaker system, 13-megapixel rear camera, and 8-megapixel front camera.
For TWS earbuds, Huawei is creative with the design of the Freebuds 5. The curvy earbuds employ an in-ear design without silicone tips. Curious design aside, they support L2HC and LDAC codecs, which allows them to support Hi-Res audio wireless and spatial audio (with HarmonyOS 3 devices). You also get ANC as well, along with dynamic EQ tuning.
Inside those uniquely-shaped earbuds are 11mm LCP dual magnetic drivers. The come with Bluetooth 5.2, which means that the FreeBuds 5 support multi-point pairing. They have an IP54 rating, and lasts up to 30 hours with the charging case.
Finally, you have the Enjoy 60, which is a China-only entry-level phone that has as large 6000mAh battery that supports 22.5w charging, an equally large 6.75-inch TFT display, and a 48-megapixel main camera.
The MatePad 11 (2023) starts at CNY 2199(~Php 17.6k), while the FreeBuds 5 and Enjoy 60 are priced at CNY 899(~Php 7.2k) and CNY 1299(~Php 10.4k) respectively.