Honor revealed the View 20 at the beginning of January, and now we’re looking forward to the non-View flagship. According to leaksters from China, the Honor 20 is on its way with a 48 MP main shooter and a 6.1” OLED screen.
The Honor 20 will have a Kirin 980 chipset, which is hardly a surprise. It will be coupled with 6 or 8 gigs of RAM and will have either 128 GB or 256 GB storage. Being an Honor smartphone and a Huawei subsidiary, we should expect Gaming+, Link Turbo, CPU Turbo, and GPU Turbo, all of them boosting the smartphone performance one way or another.
Looking back to the triple setup on the back, the 48 MP shooter will be coupled with a 20 MP sensor and a third 8 MP camera, but we are yet to see what will be their specialty. The leakster says it would reach DxOMark scores of 108, which would put the Honor 20 right behind the Mate 20 phones and the Galaxy S10+.The current Honor flagship - the Honor View 20
Even though Huawei announced 40W fast-charging, the Honor 20 will stick to the 22.5W SuperCharge for the 3,650 mAh battery. We expect to see EMUI 9.0 on Android Pie, plenty of AI features and an under-display fingerprint scanner since none is visible on the back panel. Prices are rumored to start from CNY2,999 and will go as high as CNY3,799 for the 8/256 GB version of the Honor 20.
No, that isn't the view 20. Honor view 20 was using single 48mp shooter with TOF(time of flight) sensor. like last 2017-2018. They had the honor view 10 released in December of 2017 then honor 10 in Q1 of 2018. Name of their units are really confusin...