Honor View 20 Everything you need to know

The Honor View 20 follows the Honor View 10, and while we liked the previous model, the latest phone elevates the range’s design and features to a new level. The body is made from metal with a special nano-lithography treatment on the back, adding a distinctive, reflective V-shape under the surface. The phone comes in midnight black, phantom red, or phantom blue. 

The Kirin 980 processor powers the View 20 with the option of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, or 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Honor debuts its All-View Display on the View 20, which replaces a traditional, wide central notch with a punch hole on the far left. The small 4.5mm hole contains a 25-megapixel camera, and Honor says performance will not be affected by the new screen design.

Single camera lens — Sony’s new 48-megapixel IMX586. It’s joined by a time-of-flight (TOF) sensors, rather than other camera lenses, to measure distances and create bokeh shots. Honor says the View 20’s camera will be able to deliver photos with masses of detail even when zoomed in. Together with the artificial intelligence (A.I.), the camera will take multiple pictures and collate them for a single, hybrid high-definition image. It will also use 4-into-1 pixel binning technology for low-light images.

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