Huawei-owned Honor has unveiled its newest flagship smartphone today, the Honor View 20, during an event the company held in Paris.
The Honor View 20 is a mid-range device but it’s the very first smartphone from the brand that comes with a punch-hole display which hosts a 25MP camera. Speaking of display, it’s a 6.4 inch LCD one with smooth, rounded corners.
The rear camera is a 48MP and it comes joined by a second camera sensor that can detect objects in 3D.
Under the hood, we can find a 4,000mAh battery and a Kirin 980 chipset.
Unfortunately, the Honor View 20 will be hard to get if you live in the U.S, where the Huawei devices are currently banned, and it will be difficult to acquire in countries like U.K, Australia and New Zealand as well.
The handset is currently launching in Europe and Asia with a price tag of 569 Euros (that is around $646, after conversion) for 6GB RAM with 128GB worth of storage.