Huawei sub-brand Honor, as rumored previously, has unveiled a new smartphone in its View series; the Honor View 20 launch took place in Hong Kong.
The Honor View 20 comes with three main highlights: first is the company’s All-View display with a hole at the top-left corner for rather thin bezels, much like the Samsung Galaxy A8s.
The second in the list is the camera department with a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 rear camera for detailed images and support for CMOS and AI-based camera capabilities, 4-in-1 Light Fusion, and 4 times sensor HDR.
Lastly, the device comes with the Link Turbo tech which analyzes users’ data usage to easily switch between Wi-Fi and mobile data and boost download speed accordingly.
The Honor View 20 is powered by the company’s own octa-core 7nm HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor with GPU Turbo technology.
Jimmy Xiong, General Manager of HONOR Product said, “As a trendsetter, HONOR continues to push the limits of innovation and product craftsmanship, we endeavor to continually deliver technology breakthroughs to the world and deliver exceptional experiences for our users.”
However, other details regarding the Honor View 20 are still unknown. The smartphone is expected to launch officially on December 26 in China. Therefore, we need to wait until then for a more conclusive idea.