Honor has uncovered its most recent Honor V20 at an occasion in Hong Kong on Monday i.e on 10th December. The successor to a year ago’s Honor V10 ₹ 52,812 (all around known as the View 10), the Honor V20 is the organization’s first cell phone to sport a selfie camera hole on the display and a 48-megapixel rear camera. The organization seems to have planned the unexpected launch to beat Samsung to the launch of its first cell phone with a camera hole for the selfies, the Samsung Galaxy A8s, which launched on same day inside hours of Honor’s unveiling.
Honor V20 Smartphone Price
As of now, the price of the phone is not uncovered. The price of Honor V20 will be uncovered at the launch event which will be held on December 26th at Beijing. The global pricing of the variant will be unveiled at an event which will be held in Paris in January. The Honor V20 is the world’s first cell phone to come up with the Sony IMX586 sensor – the initial 48-megapixel sensor accessible in the market.
The Honor V20 is fueled by the most recent HiSilicon Kirin 980 SoC, and other highlights will be uncovered by the brand at the launch occasion in Beijing, China on December 26. The Honor V20’s worldwide launch is booked for January 22 in Paris, France, the organization’s worldwide Twitter handle uncovered. In other countries apart from China, the cell phone will be known as the Honor View 20.
Honor V20 Smartphone Specifications
The phone is touted to be the “world’s first in-screen camera cell phone”, the Honor V20 has a little hole on the upper left corner of the screen. The opening itself has a breadth of 4.5mm, helping increment the screen-to-body proportion. It likewise bears a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 camera sensor at the back, which accompanies a 1/2.0-inch CMOS sensor, 4-in-1 Light Fusion, and AI capacities.
Honor V20 is fueled by the most recent 7nm octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 980 SoC. Other specifications of the phone will be uncovered at the launch event of the phone. The details regarding the camera, RAM, Storage, Battery all will be uncovered at the launch event.