Not to be confused with Honor View20, the Honor 20 is said to be the name of the upcoming flagship-level device to succeed the Honor 10. An image render and specifications allegedly belonging to the phone was leaked on Weibo.
Starting with the render, the device appears to have a vertically placed triple camera on its back; a design language that seemed to be inherited from Huawei P20 series although the camera arrangement was a little bit different. Similarly, there is no fingerprint sensor found on the back which could indicate that the device might carries in-display fingerprint sensor or face recognition technology to unlock.
As for the leaked spec sheet, the triple camera on the back of the phone allegedly consists of a 48MP main sensor, a 20MP secondary sensor, and an 8MP tertiary camera. It is not clarified what the 20MP and 8MP sensor do, but following the triple camera setup trend, it’s very likely to be a telephoto lens and a wide-angle lens.
At the same time, the Honor 20 also apparently has a 32MP selfie camera which is housed in the water drop notch of its 6.1-inch OLED display. In terms of performance, the device is allegedly powered by the Kirin 980 processor and also comes with a 3,650 mAh battery.
The Honor 20 is reported to have 3 different variants with various prices. The first variant comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage which is said to be priced at 2999 yuan (~RM1824) while the model with 8GB RAM will go for 3399 yuan (~RM2068). Last but not least, the 8GB/256GB model is going to costs 3799 yuan (~RM2311).
The specification for the Honor 20 looks promising but it’s all just speculation at the moment since Honor has not yet released any official announcement regarding the device. All we can do now is to wait patiently.