Huawei may be facing a difficult time due to Android ban, but that hasn’t affected its scheduled smartphone launches to any significant extent. Company’s subsidiary Honor just launched its Honor 20 series at an event in London, bringing its latest flagship devices to Europe. There were 3 devices launched at the event, and all are feature-rich and stylish enough to steal the show. Here we’re going to tell you about each of them in brief. Let’s get started with the best of them first.
Honor 20 Pro
The most powerful device of the series launched today is Honor 20 Pro. It comes with a total of 4 camera lenses on its back, which is enough to give anyone a hint that this is a photography-focused smartphone. The main lens is a 48mp shooter, and to support it there are 16mp wide-angle, 8mp telephoto and a 2mp macro lens. The screen of the device is 6.26-inches large LCD display having FHD+ resolution, and a pinhole to house the 32 mp selfie camera. For processing power, you get Kirin 980 processor along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The price of Honor 20 Pro has been set at €599. And if you’re wondering where is its fingerprint sensor, then we’d like to tell you that it’s placed on the left side as it doubles as the Power button. Available in Black, Blue, Purple, and Green.
The main device in its series, Honor 20 has got pretty much everything that one can find in its ‘Pro’ sibling. Same display, same processor, same primary camera, same selfie camera and almost similar (if not same) battery life. The differences, however, exist in the configuration of rear-facing camera module as instead of four lenses you get only 3 in this device. The telephoto lens has been kept out of this model and in its place we’ve been provided a 2mp depth assist shooter. RAM size and storage size are also less at 6GB and 128GB, respectively.
As a result of these differences, the price is also only €499. It’s available in Black, Blue, and White color options.
Honor 20 Lite
This device is the most affordable one in Honor 20 series, as it costs only €299. Since price is less, the design also gets a major change as pinhole display gets replaced with a display having waterdrop notch. Chipset is also changed to Kirin 710, RAM is 4GB and triple lens rear-camera is having a 24mp main shooter. The selfie camera, however, has been kept the same to 32mp.
The devices are already being sold in France, Germany, Malaysia, Russia, and the UK. In the next 4-5 days, they’ll go on sale in Italy, The Netherlands, India, and Poland. In Spain, they’ll be available from July. All these devices have already been setting records of sales in the company’s home market, China. Honor 20, for instance, has observed 1 million units being sold within 14 days. Now let’s see what kind of response they receive in other markets, especially after their uncertain future due to Android ban imposed on Huawei.
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