Honor has teased what seems like another really interesting smartphone — the Honor View 20.
In an event held in Hong Kong, the company showcased the upcoming Honor View 20. And while they didn’t reveal the entire specs sheet, the few features details that they graced us are already enough to get us excited.
For starters, the device will have an all-screen display, with a small cutout on the top left for the in-screen front-facing camera. That’s the same feature that the Huawei Nova 4 is going to have. This device is also expected to have a whopping 48-megapixel primary camera using a 1/2-inch Sony IMX586 sensor.
Unlike most smartphones today, Honor is going on the single-camera route. As per the company, they also used a Quad Bayer color area and other new sensor design to improve the overall camera performance.
Other than the interesting cameras, the Honor View 20 will also have a feature called Link Turbo. This will allow users to use both WiFi and 4G LTE at the same time for blazing-fast speeds.
Since it’s going to be a high-end offering, the View 20 will sport the new Kirin 980 processor. A chipset that’s also powering the latest Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
This isn’t the first time that Honor tried to hype an upcoming device by doing an in-the-flesh teaser. A few weeks before its official release, the company did the same thing on the Honor Magic 2, and the device was able to live up to the expectations.
Honor will introduce the View 20 in China as the Honor V20 on December 26. It will then have a global debut on January 22 in Paris.