Honor launched the View 20 in January, but that’s not the only flagship phone the company is launching this year. The Honor 20 is the successor to the last year’s Honor 10 and today, the alleged press render of the phone was shared by a user on Weibo along with the specifications as well as the pricing for the Chinese market. The company hasn’t yet revealed if there is a phone launching anytime soon so consider this leak with a pinch of salt.
As you can see, it has triple rear cameras, and the design is similar to the camera setup of Honor Magic 2. It’s like someone took the camera setup of Magic 2 and flipped it to put it on the Honor 20. The lack of a fingerprint scanner on the back makes us believe that there is an in-display fingerprint scanner.
We can see that apart from the USB Type-C and the speaker grill on the bottom, there is also another port which is surely the headphone jack. So, like the Honor V20, the 20 has a headphone jack as well.
Finally, talking about the specifications, the phone has a 6.1-inch OLED display and is powered by the 7nm Kirin 980 processor. There is 6/8GB RAM and 128/256GB internal storage. On the rear, the phone has triple cameras that include a primary 48MP Sony IMX 586, 20MP secondary camera and a third 8MP camera with 3X Optical Zoom. The battery underneath is a 3,650mAh unit, and the Honor V20 has 22.5W Fast Charging.
The user also said that the DXOMark score of the phone would be 108 which means it is going to sit just below the current best phones on DxoMark (Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro, and Galaxy S10 Plus).