HONOR will be launching its next flagship device, the HONOR 20 Pro, in less than a month. In light of its imminent launch, images of the phone have made its way online, giving us a full view of what the phone’s display looks like.
The image comes by way of Linus Tech Tips, who posted a couple of images. Showcasing the HONOR 20 Pro and its packaging in all of them. From what we can see, the HONOR 20 Pro will be reusing the same punch hole display that the brand initially used with its View20 that launched earlier in the year.
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— Linus Tech Tips (@LinusTech) May 2, 2019
Besides the picture and the confirmation of a punch hole display, HONOR hasn’t officially given anything else about the HONOR 20 Pro. However, sources close to us tell us that the phone’s main camera will likely be a quad-camera setup, with one of the cameras being the 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor. The source also says that it’s likely that the main camera system could feature a zoom function similar to what the Huawei P30 Pro possesses.
Beyond that, it looks like the HONOR 20 Pro may be powered by Huawei’s Kirin 980 SoC yet again. Unsurprisingly, considering that the chipset was only launched at the end of last year. In any case, we’ll just have to wait until the device’s official launch date of 21 May to know.