Honor 20 Pro, which promises flagship features with a mid-range price, was introduced. Without wasting time, we talked about the price and features of the phone for you.
Honor used what it calls the ‘first 3D mesh’ technology to achieve a stereoscopic effect that changes depending on the angle you’re viewing the phone from.
With a large 6.26-inch 1080p resolution LCD screen, the Honor 20 / 20 Pro has a 92% screen-to-body ratio. Although the camera design embedded in the screen is used, the fingerprint sensor will not be a problem, as it will be moved to the side panel of the device.
Both phones use the new 7 nm Kirin 980 chip, but their memory distributions are different. The Honor 20 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, while the Pro model comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Apart from the camera, the biggest difference between the two phones is the batteries.
The Pro model has a large 4000 mAh battery and 22.5 W fast charging support is available. The same fast charging support is also available on the Honor 20, but the battery is smaller: 3750 mAh.
As we said, the biggest difference between the two models is in the cameras. Honor doesn’t want to emulate what Huawei did on the P30 Pro, instead we see an 8 MP telephoto lens with 3x zoom on the Honor 20 Pro. On the Honor 20, the zoom feature has been throttled. The 8 MP telephoto lens has been replaced with a 2 MP depth sensor to take better portrait photos. However, the 16 MP wide-angle camera and the 2 MP macro sensor are the same on both devices. Of course, the 48 MP Sony main camera is also included. Both phones have 32MP selfie cameras.
Photos taken from Honor 20 Pro
Both phones will come in different shades of blue and black. The price of Honor 20 will be 499 euros, and the price of 20 Pro will be 599 euros. The release date of the devices is currently unknown.