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Honor 20 Pro upcoming Chinese model to boast 12 GB RAM

03 June 2019 3

We have been hearing a lot about the upcoming Honor (sub-brand of Huawei) smartphone in the shape of Honor 20. A punch-hole was confirmed in the previous leak while another leak in regards to camera hinted the presence of quad rear cameras. Now in the latest happenings, the TENAA listing of the phone reveals that it would offer 12GB RAM. The phone was announced for the global market on 21st May, though we’re yet to see it available for the fans in China.


The TENAA listing suggests model numbers YAL-AL00 and YAL-AL10 that offer pretty much the same specs as the global variant, though the presence of 12GB RAM in Honor 20 Pro, is mind-boggling. Likewise, the Honor 20 offers 8GB RAM as opposed to 6GB RAM in the global variant while 256GB storage capacity versus 128GB storage offered in the global variant.

Other than these, all specs of the version listed in TENAA and the one for global variant are the same like overall device size, battery capacity, display and the presence of EMUI 9.1 UI layer based upon Android Pie. Are you excited to get your hands on to the version listed on TENAA? Share your views in the comment section below.

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Honor 20 Pro upcoming Chinese model to boast 12 GB RAM
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SadhanaChauhan
SadhanaChauhan

12GB of RAM for mobile phones is becoming a common feature amongst the flagships. The Pro/Plus or high end models do invariably come with that highest amount of RAM.

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