There are only a few days left for the official announcement of Honor View 20 on the international market. Expected to reach the Chinese market as V20, the model is already set to be unveiled definitively on January 22 at an event in the French capital, Paris, and will be the second smartphone manufactured by Huawei to feature an in-display hole to the front camera after the Huawei Nova 4.
After being registered a few days ago in the benchmark tool AnTuTu, revealing the mark of 291 thousand points, now the same model PCT-AL10 re-scores in the same application, but not as high as the previous record.
As leaked in the listing, View 20 appears in AnTuTu confirming its Full HD+ resolution screen, generous amounts of RAM and ROM, and highlights the powerful Kirin 980 processor manufactured by Huawei itself, Mali-G76 graphics processing and, finally, an operating system based on Android 9 Pie, the latest version of Google’s OS.
Despite the high specifications, the record pointed to a final result of 274,000 points, well below the previous mark with 291,000 points, but still places itself in a prestigious position.
Honor V20 will come with three rear sensors being the main resolution of 48 MP with new sensor IMX586 from Sony, plus a battery of 4,000 mAh and screen of 6.4 inches with a resolution Full HD + (2310×1080), in addition to variants of 6 GB and 8 GB of RAM with at least 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB of internal storage.
In China, the Honor V20 will be announced on December 26, while in the international market it will be presented on January 22.
Leaks indicate that prices will be:
- 64 GB for 2,799 yuan (approximatly RS. 28,000)
- 128 GB for 3,299 yuan (approximatly RS. 33,000)
- 8 GB + 256 GB for 3,799 yuan (approximatly RS. 38,000)