Where does Honor go after the Honor View 20, the best device it has ever made? The answer is the Honor 20 Pro, which takes what made the View 20 great, and then improves on it by adding more camera lenses and shrinking the size.
The post Honor 20 Pro hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends.
At an event in London today, the Honor 20 series was unveiled with an emphasis flagship photography at an affordable price. Honor has made no secret of the fact it’s targeting the youth segment of the smartphone market and it hopes this latest selection will appeal to camera-conscious youngsters on relatively small budgets.
The flagship model is the Honor 20 Pro, which includes no fewer than four rear cameras. The 48MP main sensor is the same one used in the recently launched OnePlus 7 Pro, and it’s supplemented by a 16MP wide angle lens, 8MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom, and a 2MP macro lens. Read More
The operating system could launch as early as this fall.
What you need to know
Over the last six months or so, Honor has undertaken a rebranding exercise in part to give the impression of a more modern smartphone maker that appeals to a youthful audience and in part to distance itself from parent company Huawei. In view of recent political developments, it’s obviously hugely beneficial for Huawei to have a sub-brand that carries a different name and cachet, although they come as a package as far as Google is concerned and that looks like it could spell trouble for both. Read More
Review: The Honor 20 Pro is a stripped down Huawei P30 Pro — in all the right ways was written by the awesome team at Android Police.