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

Honor View 20 - Feature

Honor View 20 is shaping to be the company’s next kickass flagship smartphone. The handset manufacturer is all set to unveil the wraps off its latest flagship smartphone on December 26 in China and January 22 in Paris. Now according to a report on 91Mobiles, the India launch could be happening in the January itself. That’s a very good news for the Indian smartphone consumers looking to upgrade to a flagship smartphone next year.

Also read: Camera samples from the upcoming Honor View 20’s 48MP shooter look stunning

Honor View 20 specs

Let’s talk about what we know so far about the Honor View 20. The new upcoming Honor flagship is believed to sport a massive 48MP resolution rear shooter from the house of Sony. It was in July this year when Sony introduced the world’s highest resolution image sensor, the IMX586. Up until today, we know two manufacturers putting the use of this massive sensor; it’s Honor and Xiaomi.

Apart from the exclusive India launch news report, 91Mobiles brings details about the Honor View 20’s in-display selfie camera. It would be coming with a 24MP resolution with a 4.5mm diameter camera cutout. Blend that with Honor’s acclaimed FullView Display 3.0 tech with almost non-existent bezels. You’d get a phone with the amazing screen to body ratio.

The other specifications that it is expected to sport includes a Kirin 980 SoC as seen on the Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro. This 7nm process based chipset is believed to be Kirin’s fastest computing chipset. It would be interesting to see how the in-display selfie camera will affect the user interface if not evade the real estate on the device.

Also read: Honor View 20 could be launched with in-display camera on January 22

What do you guys think of the Honor View 20? Drop a comment below about how do you feel about an in-display selfie camera.


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