Honor V20 Aka View 20 with Kirin 980 SoC and 48MP rear camera launched in China

Honor V20 AKA Honor View 20- Feature Image

Honor brings its latest flagship in China today, the V20. The Huawei owned smartphone brand has been in the news regarding the View 20 launch, the handset is apparently launched today with a moniker, V20. The new Honor V20 would be retailing in China starting at 2999 Yuan, which roughly converts to Rs 30,500. It will be sold in two configurations and two colours for those configs. Let’s talk about the Honor V20 specs and features below.

Also read: Honor View 20 with 24MP in-display selfie camera to arrive in India by January-end: report

Honor V20 specs and features

Honor has introduced its first in-display selfie camera with 25MP resolution and f/2.0 aperture. There is a 6.4-inch full-HD+ (1080 x 2310) pixel resolution. As for as the camera department is concerned, it has a 48MP (f/1.8) rear camera setup, which is Sony’s (IMX586) largest pixel sensor meant for a phone. This large sensor is accompanied by a TOF stereo depth sensor with unknown resolution.

Honor V20

Coming to the internals, it has a Kirin 980 SoC, which is Huawei’s latest flagship processor. This 7nm process chipset is one of the most powerful processors out there. It is accompanied by a 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It will also come with the 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. All this is powered by a 4000mAh capacity battery. It has fast charging support.

The Honor V20 would be running on the Android 9 Pie OS based Magic UI 2.0. As far as the display is concerned, it’s an LCD panel and the screen ratio is at 91.82%. The connectivity features include BT5.0, support BLE, SBC, AAC, support aptX, support aptXHD, LDAC and HWA HD audio.

What do you guys think of the Honor V20? Honor is all set to introduce its View 20 in India later in January 2019. 

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