Huawei and its sub-brand Honor pushed out a press release recently which sets a few goals for both companies. The company will launch the series at an event in London, and the event will be a global launch of the smartphone.
The invite shows the famous Tower Bridge in two different modes meaning that the upcoming series will be equipped with better daylight as well as low light performance. The Honor 20 series is going to succeed the Honor 10 lineup that was launched a year ago and will allegedly include five handsets - Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor 20i, Honor 20A, Honor 20C and Honor 20X. The math problem at the bottom is clue to the date - May 21. The series may include Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor 20A, Honor 20C and Honor 20X, according to media reports.
We've heard little about the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Lite from leaks, but those we have caught have been fairly detailed. Lastly, the Honor 20 Lite is reported to feature a triple-camera setup with a combination of24MP f/1.8 sensor, an ultra-wide 8MP camera with a 120-degree viewing angle and a 2MP depth sensor.
"It will have a 32MP selfie camera, a 3,650mAh battery and run Android 9 Pie out of the box". We don't know display specs yet, but it may have an in-screen fingerprint sensor. In the United Kingdom, it started at a reasonable 399 pounds (~$523).
If you need pointers as to the new handset's spec sheet, look to the Huawei P30 - we'd expect everything to be based around the Kirin 980 platform, with 6.1-inch display and a triple camera (40 megapixel main lens, 16 megapixel ultrawide and a telephoto with 3x optical zoom).