Huawei's sub-brand Honor is gearing up to launch the Honor 8S smartphone after launching the Honor 8A Pro handset in Russian Federation. The Huawei sub-brand would launch Honor 20i and Honor MagicBook 2019 in China.
The picture accompanying the announcement is of London's Tower Bridge at sunrise and sunset captioned with the hashtag #CaptureWonder, suggesting that the lineup will be oriented towards phone photography similarly to the recently-launched Huawei P30.
Smartphones have looked the same in the a year ago and whether you love it or hate it, the notch trend was insanely driven by the hope that we will see a full-screen smartphone. May 21; however, there may be more to these digits than the date alone. Honor's reveal event is will happen in London on May 21st, and we'll be covering that reveal as it happens right here at SlashGear.
That means we'll get another super-affordable phone with flagship specs (lack of wireless charging aside). This year Honor View 20 change the things by being better Huawei counterpart.
The smartphone is said to have a 6.1-inch OLED show, an in-show unique mark sensor.
In that case, the number 4 is a hint to the four different models Honor might launch under the new series. The camera on the front, which is the major attraction, is a 25-megapixel shooter and the rear camera module sports a 48-megapixel sensor from Sony. 20 and 8-megapixel cameras are expected to be included on the back as the phone's second and third rear-facing cameras, while a 3,650mAh battery is expected to be included in the package as well. The Honor 20i is rumored to feature a 6.21-inch Full HD+ display with a dewdrop notch, 32MP selfie camera, and Kirin 710 processor. So, stay tuned for further updates from Honor Malaysia regarding the new triple camera phone on this coming Wednesday, 17 April.