15 February 2019
Huawei's subsidiary Honor is going to announce a new phone next week in China. For the local market, it will be unveiled as V20 whereas for the global market it will be View 20. Recently the V20 appeared in a new leak which suggests it will be available in configurations with 6GB RAM and either 64GB or 128GB storage.
However, the V20 Geekbench listing suggests it will be available in 8GB RAM model as well. Earlier today we shared the View 20 official posters shared by Honor. Now the View 20 AnTuTu benchmark listing appears online. The device bearing model number PCT-AL10 spotted at the AnTuTu with 8GB RAM.
As per the listing, the 8GB RAM model will have 256GB native storage. The company's latest Kirin 980 SoC will be powering the device. Although the display isn't mentioned most likely it will be a 6.4-inches LCD display like the Nova 4 and Galaxy A8s. The display resolution is 1080 x 2310 pixels. Surprisingly the 8GB RAM variant acheived only 274, 343 scores at the AnTuTu which is significantly lower than other Kirin 980 powered phones.
The base model with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage is expected to cost 2,790 Yuan whereas the standard model with 128GB storage will be slightly expensive at 3,299 Yuan. Last but not the least the top of the line model of V20 with 128GB storage will be available at 3,799 Yuan.
From what we know so far the Honor View 20 will have 4,000mAh battery cell. The primary rear snapper will be Sony IMX586 48MP module and will have two more sensors on the rear. The recent posters confirmed slow-motion capturing at 960 frames per second. The front-facing selfie snapper will be 25MP. The international model View 20 will be announced on January 22 in Paris.
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