Connect with us

Upcoming Phones

Honor V20 is Already Listed online. Reveals pretty much Everything!

Published

on

Honor is all set to launch its next smartphone Honor V20 which is set to launch 26th of this month in China. The global launch is scheduled to happen in France a month later on Jan 22.

Today, the device got listed on Vmall, a Chinese website. The listing revealed that there would be two color variants for the device – Charm Blue and Magic Night Black. Moreover, the website is accepting preorders for the device. We also witnessed an official render of the device on the website.

Honor V20 features a pinhole camera which is the bleeding-edge and trending technology used by companies to avoid the notch on the top of the display. A few days back, the retail box of the handset got leaked which confirmed the the presence of face unlock feature.

A post on Weibo gave us a look at one of the first live images of the Honor V20 and an idea about the AnTuTu benchmark scores. It shows an overall score of 291,244, where, the CPU score is listed as 106,755, GPU score is 109,251, UX score is 64,574, and MEM score is 10,664. The scores seem to be decent so far and there is no sign of any benchmark boostings done.Honor V20

The post claims that the device will be powered by the Huawei’s 7nm chipset Kirin 980, coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of UFS2.1 flash storage. It’s also been said that the phone’s housing a massive 48 MP rear shooter and images that claim to be taken from this camera has been taking rounds in the internet.

As far as the previous reports say, the phone has Link Turbo with a massive 4800 mAh battery coupled with 22.5W fast-charging. It runs on EMUI 9 based on Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. Stay tuned for more details regarding the device once it gets officially launched.

Source | Via

Hey there!! This is Subin and I'm from the southern part of India. CS Engineer | Tech Enthusiast.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending