Aside from the HONOR 20 Pro, HONOR has also unveiled the non-Pro variant of the device. While the company might have equipped the device with some of the components that you can find on the Pro model, it is still a different device altogether.
Let’s start with their similarities though: the standard HONOR 20 variant is still powered by a Kirin 980 chipset and the same 6.26-inch Full HD+ display. Just like the Pro model, this variant also comes with a punch hole cutout housing its 32MP front-facing camera.
However, it comes with a lower amount of RAM and internal storage space at 6GB and 128GB respectively. The non-Pro model also has a smaller 3750mAh battery and side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
While the phone might feature similar Sony IMX586-based 48MP main camera, a 16MP super wide-angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera just like the Pro model, it does not come with a telephoto camera though. In its place, there is a 2MP depth sensor instead.
During the London launch event, it was also revealed that the HONOR 20 is priced at EU 499 (~RM2,332). With the Malaysian launch coming up in a mere two days, it won’t be long before we find out more about the phone’s local price and availability.