Honor 20 series arrived in China at the end of May, Huawei giving access to his customers there to their sub-brand flagship smartphones. Here, Honor 20 came in two versions, the standard and the Pro one, with a quad-camera.
Both smartphones – standard and Pro – feature a 6.26-inch 1080P LCD full-screen and integrate a curved 3D glass body design. The original handset comes in three classic colors: Mirage Blue, Magic Night Black, and Icelandic White. For the Pro model, more colors are available such as Blue Water Jade and Magic Night Star River.
In regards to the smartphones’ performance, the Honor 20 series runs on a Kirin 980 processor and supports GPU Turbo 3.0. It incorporates virtual 9.1 surround sound, built-in new EROFS file system, with up to 8GB of memory and a maximum of 256GB of storage.
The highlight of the Pro model is, without a doubt, its camera capabilities. The Honor 20 Pro is equipped with a 32-megapixel front-facing camera, while on the back it features a quad-camera module, integrating a 48MP main camera of Sony IMX586, an 8MP 3x optical telephoto lens, as well as a 16MP super wide-angle lens, and a dedicated 2MP macro camera.
Thanks to such a strong sensor combination, it is not a surprise that Honor 20 scored 111 points on the DxOMark.
When it comes to battery capacities, keep in mind that they vary from model to model. While the Honor 20 Pro features a built-in 4,000mAh battery, the orginal version comes with a built-in 3,750mAh cell.
The original version features a quad-camera as well, although the sensors’ resolutions are different. The standard Honor 20 packs a 48-megapixel main camera (f/1.8 aperture), a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel depth camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera.
The Honor 20 8GB+128GB version can be purchased for 2,699 yuan ($391), while the 8GB+256GB version costs 2,999 yuan ($434).
The Honor 20 Pro 8GB+128GB version is priced at 3,199 yuan ($463), and the 8GB+256GB version can be bought for 3,499 yuan ($507).