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Huawei Honor 20 Specs & Renders Show Kirin 980, Triple Cameras & 6.1 Inch Display

Huawei has been phenomenal with its smartphone releases, with the Mate 20 Pro performing as desirably last year and now the introduction of the Mate X. The company has been making rapid progress in international markets from flagship smartphones to budget devices. The Honor brand by Huawei has been gaining a ton of attention by the manufacturer and for good reason. The Honor brand basically targetting a much more budget oriented audiences provides a clean and worthy experience.

New information for the upcoming Honor 20 courtesy of Weibo revealed the internals of the smartphone in detail. As far as hardware is concerned, Honor devices have offered quality hardware proving it difficult for competitors to compete. What seems to be the specifications for another mid-range device by Honor powered by the Kirin 980 chipset. At the back of the device is a setup of 3 cameras all working in harmony to bring in the best quality image. As far as the geometry of the phone is taken into consideration, it seems pretty much like every Honor device but this time a whole lot cleaner. There is an Honor branding at the bottom with and an AI Vision logo beside the camera setup and that is pretty much it.

Huawei Honor 20 Specs & Renders Show Kirin 980, Triple Cameras & 6.1 Inch Display 2

As for the display of the device, a 6.1 inch OLED display would suffice. Not much is detailed about the display of the phone yet we expect it to directly compete with all the other Chinese budget smartphones. The back having no fingerprint sensor also indicates the fact that the phone would indeed house an under display sensor as the trend continues in 2019. As for the front of the phone, close to nothing is known but considering Honor’s stance we could expect a teardrop notch or even a traditional notch. A punch hole display could also act as a catalyst in pushing sales for the phone. But for now, all we can do is wait and hope for the best.

The battery comes in at 3650 mAh with a 22.5 W quick charge support via a USB-C connector, pretty standard these days. The three cameras at the back are 48MP, 20MP and an 8MP sensor. The front houses a single 32MP camera with AI features. All in all the device does look interesting to say the least. The phone comes with three storage options starting from 6GB/128GB all the way up to 8GB/256GB.

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