Honor 20 Pro spotted again, confirms Punch-hole camera design


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Huawei’s Honor sub-brand has a launch event scheduled for May 21 in London where it will take the wrap off its Honor 20 series of smartphones. Much like the previous iteration of the Honor phones, the Honor 20 series will include the base Honor 20, Honor 20 Lite and Honor 20 Pro. Earlier in April, the Chinese firm unveiled the Honor 20i (Honor 20 Lite) in China ahead of the May 21 launch event where we will see the flagship Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro.

While we had previously seen some renders of both devices from the flip sides, a new leak has given us a fresh look at the front side of the pro variant with its retail box. Although there isn’t a sea of information we can glean from the leak, it does confirm previous rumors that suggest the device will come with a design similar to the P30 Pro – in this case, a punch-hole display design which the source of the leak tried concealing with wallpaper.

While the Honor 20 Pro isn’t expected to come with cameras that are as capable as the one on Huawei’s flagship P30 Pro, previously leaked renders suggest the device will get a quad-camera setup similar to the P30 Pro with a square periscope lens at the top, and perhaps a small Time of Flight sensor in between the middle lens and the bottom lens. We have no idea of the camera details at the moment, but there are strong indication camera/photographic capability will be one of the device’s main focus. We’ll get to know about the device on May 21 when both the Pro and Honor 20 are expected to debut at an event in London.

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Honor 20 pro

Honor 20/Pro rumored specs:

  • 6.1-inch display
  • Triple rear camera
  • Quad rear camera for Pro model
  • In-display fingerprint scanner
  • Kirin 980 platform
  • 128GB or 256GB storage
  • 6GB or 8GB RAM
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