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Honor confirms four rear image sensor scanners on the upcoming flagship Honor 20
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Honor confirms four rear image sensor scanners on the upcoming flagship Honor 20

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is having prepared to launch its Honor 20 series phones at a release event on 21st May perhaps in London. Ahead of the release, the company has started teasing options of the next phones.

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In one this kind of teaser, the company posted an picture on Weibo along with the text that reads “Fantastic beauty, four photos”. This confirms that the Honor 20 will indeed come with quad camera option on the back panel.

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Previously, an picture of the phone’s back camera setup had leaked online. It revealed that the Honor 20 will have a 48MP Sony IMX586 as the major scanner, along with a 16MP Super wide-angle lens, a 2 MP third scanner and another 2 MP sensor, possibly for depth sensing.

Honor’s President Zhao Ming also broadcasted a Evening Scene photograph on Weibo, what could possibly be taken with the Honor 20 or Honor 20 Pro. But, the branding watermark is blurred so we cannot say for Certain. The picture has very good details, noise reduction and has captured a respectable number of light.

According to the leaks, the Honor 20 will feature a 6.26-inch IPS-LCD panel that skips the notch for a punch hole design. It offers 2340 x 1080 pixels panel resolution and a pixel density of 412ppi.

The smartphone will be powered by the company’s own flagship chipset — HiSilicon Kirin 980 octa-core SoC, coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of inner storage. There will likely be additional storage configurations but the higher than if for Europe.

The benchmark result approaching through Geekbench Additionally points to the use of the most recent Kirin chipset. On the single core, the gadget scored 3241 points although on the multicore test, it peaked at 9706 points.

The device doesn’t have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Due to the fact the phone arrives with an IPS-LCD screen, it does not have an in-screen fingerprint scanner. Thus, Honor has settled for a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that doubles like the power button. We have already seen this on the Samsung Galaxy S10e.

Read Additional: Honor 20 Lite featuring 32MP selfie camera, 6.21-inch display, and Kirin 710 chipset revealed

Operating on Android 9 Pie running system with Magic UI 2.1 on top, the device will be fueled by a 3,750mAh battery that supports 22.5W SuperCharge quick charging tech. The Honor 20 will be in the world in Midnight Black and Sapphire Blue however the pricing information is not yet known.

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