With the imminent launch of Honor 20 flagship series tomorrow in London, it’s hard to keep the leaks from popping-out before the announcement. Earlier today, a couple of leaked photo samples surfaced revealing more about the camera capabilities of the Honor 20 Pro. Now the device has leaked in all glory through some hands-on images.
The pictures show the front of the smartphone and the rear. Looking at the front we can have a look in the gorgeous bezel-less display that is equipped on Honor’s new flagship. The punch-hole camera is present in the top-left corner of the display and worth noting that the bottom chin seems to also be very small. The display shows off the camera interface with a 0.6x zoom. When it comes to the rear we can see the Honor logo at the bottom and an outstanding gradient blue design.
The leaks already revealed that Honor 20 Pro will arrive with a quadruple-camera setup. Based on these leaks the top camera is a 16MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 aperture, below there’s a main 48MP camera with Sony IMX 586 and f/1.4 aperture lens, an 8MP telephoto camera with 3X optical zoom and f/2.4 aperture, and finally, an f/2.4 aperture 2MP camera which is rumored to be a dedicated macro camera.
On the left side of the smartphone, we can see the camera’s protuberance, the volume rocker, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that should double as Power Button. Moving the left part of the smartphone we can see the SIM tray right on the top. In the core, the Honor 20 Pro will be powered by the Kirin 980 processor. If you recall, it’s world’s first 7nm process CPU and is present on other expensive flagships such as Huawei’s P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro smartphones.
As previously mentioned both the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro will go official on Tuesday, May 21. The Honor 20 Duo release comes right after a troublesome day when Google revoked Android license with Huawei. Other component suppliers such as Qualcomm and Broadcom also revoked operations with the company after the sanctions imposed by the US government. When it comes to the two new smartphones, the Chinese firm ensures that both will still ship with Google Play Services and will come with support for future updates. However, only time will tell if the sales of these two new smartphones will be affected by the ban.