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Honor 20 to boast impressive Night Mode, announcement date gets revealed

15 April 2019 3

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has been following a trend where it announces a new smartphone a few months down the road of launching its flagship devices and this year won’t be different. After the release of Huawei P30 and P30 pro flagship devices with impressive numbers, the company is now aiming to announce a new smartphone under its sub-brand Honor in London on May 21st.

Honor 20 is expected to be revealed as a direct successor to last year’s Honor 10 offering large display along with a notch design, super thin bezels could be expected. Likewise, a triple camera sensor on the back side seems a possibility as well. Then we could also predict the presence of Kirin 980 chip on the inside as well

The second device is thought to be Honor 20 Pro that might be based upon Huawei P30 Pro as per the rumors floating around, sporting similar camera setup to Huawei P30 Pro. Likewise, we could also expect a curved glass display and would most likely retain the Kirin 980 chipset.

While there could be a lot of similarities between the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro with Huawei’s counterparts, though we would most likely see downgrades in the camera department though considering the teasers, impressive low-light photography could be a possibility much similar to Huawei P30 series. Are you looking forward to getting your hands on to these upcoming Honor devices? Share your views in the comment section below.

(last update 11 December 2019 @ 17:05)



Honor 20 to boast impressive Night Mode, announcement date gets revealed
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In all possibilities, if the Honor 20 looks to be the successor to the Honor 10, it'll be kind of an upgraded Honor 10. I mean, obviously with a 2019 design trend in mind.


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