The global 20-day phone announcement is scheduled for January 22 in Paris. The smartphone comes with a camera, a 48MP SONY IMX586 sensor on the back
The Honor V20 uses a 6.4-inch LCD screen with a 1080p resolution and an unusual 19.25: 9 ratio. It is powered by a Kirin 980 processor, paired with 6GB of RAM or 8GB of RAM, while the two storage options include 128GB and 256GB.
Since the phone has an LCD display, there is no fingerprint sensor below the screen – there is a conventional fingerprint sensor on the back.
The front panel has an aperture for a 25MP camera and Honor highlights the refined production process specifically so that the camera does not explode physically on the screen.
On the back of the phone, there is a 48MP camera with a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor (0.8 μm / pixel) and a Quad-Bayer system that allows the use of 12MP HDR during the song. The 3D ToF sensor, along with the Kirin 980 processor, allows the 3D body to form in the picture to make the users look perfect in their full-featured photos.
The Honor V20 comes with EMUI and delivers familiar features such as Super Night View mode, EIS, and GPU Turbo 2.0. The phone also supports Huawei‘s desktop mode, so it can be used as a desktop replacement when connected to a monitor, mouse, and keyboard.
The battery capacity is 4000mAh and comes with 22.5W super-charging (4.5V / 5A) support. The charger should charge the battery for 30 minutes to 55 percent or up to one and a half hours.
The Honor V20 comes in three colors – red, blue and black, and in China will be on pre-sale from December 28th.
The estimated price converted from Chinese yuan is about $435 for a 6GB /128GB version and $510 for the 8GB /128GB model.
There is also the Moschino version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, at a price of about $580. The exact prices for the European market are likely to be recognized during the global announcement on January 22nd.