The HONOR 20 was launched back in May and was relatively well received – the flagship boasts proper set of lenses and had a beasty Kiring 980 chipset powering the device, all while costing an affordable sub-RM2,000 price tag.
A few months on, the Huawei-owned company teases the arrival of the highly-anticipated HONOR 20 in Malaysia with a post on Facebook bragging of the phone’s DxOMark of 111, nointly bested only by its cousin the Huawei P30 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
A couple of signs are pointing towards the post relating to the HONOR 20 Pro as DxOMark lists the phone at 111, while on HONOR’s global website, the full product page also boasts its score rating.
After being in limbo for a bit due to the trade ban, HONOR is now ready to push the device in Malaysia too, which is good to see. Considering how well-received its smaller brother was, we expect the HONOR 20 Pro to be quite a popular device too.
The phone is equipped with a 6.26-inch FullView Display punch hole display, a 32MP selfie shooter, a quad camera setup (48MP main + 16MP super-wide-angle lens + 8MP telephoto + 2MP macro lens), a 4,000mAh battery, a Kirin 980 chipset, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage.
With their official Facebook page now teasing the arrival of the phone, we reckon the phone to arrive some time end of this month, or early August.