Huawei has finally announced the Honor 20 Pro. After months of leaks and rumors, Huawei has finally announced the Honor 20 Pro.
The Honor 20 Pro is Huawei’s latest device that aims to tackle OnePlus and Xiaomi where it hurts the most. The Huawei Honor 20 Pro comes with a punch-hole display, their new holographic back design, a 6.26-inch IPS display, the Kirin 980 flagship SoC, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 4000mAh battery, virtual 9.1 surround sound, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of internal storage and a whole lot more.
The device comes in Phantom Blue with sort of a green hue at certain angles, Phantom Black with sort of a purple hue at certain angles, Sapphire Blue, Icelandic White, and Midnight Black. However, if you decide to jump onto the trendy train, Huawei continues to collaborate with the folks over at Moschino in order to bring yet another design palette into the mix.
The Huawei 20 Pro, like many other phones released this year, the Huawei 20 Pro comes with a quad-camera setup on its back, with two out of the three shooters featuring OIS under the hood. On the back, you’re looking at a 16MP ultra-wide, 48MP main camera coupled with OIS, an 8MP telephoto coupled with OIS, and a 2MP macro shooter for those who really love to get versatile with their smartphone photography.
As usual, Huawei ended the presentation by revising some of the major features the Huawei 20 Pro comes with which includes the new 9.1 virtual surround sound technology, their in-house 22.5w SuperCharge Technology, some speedy optimizations that have been baked within EMUI, and a few more.
The Huawei Honor 20 Pro is set to retail for €599 across Europe and would come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.