Honor 20 Pro renders and camera samples leaked


We’re just hours away from the launch of the Honor 20 range but the leaks haven’t stopped coming. In fact, we have two separate leaks today, one showing the possible design of the Honor 20 Pro, and the other showing photos supposedly taken by the phone.

Starting with the design, the images below were shared by Roland Quandt (a reputable leaker) and he claims these are the “first actual official pics.” However, they look a lot like the design in leaks that we’ve seen before.

They show a phone with a punch-hole camera in the top left corner of an otherwise all-screen front, while the back appears to be glass and houses a quad-lens camera. You can see from the images that the main lens is a 48MP one with optical image stabilization and an f/1.4 aperture.

It looks like the Honor 20 Pro will come in interesting colors too, as it’s shown in both a pink or purple shade and a green shade with hints of blue. Quandt also adds that the Honor 20 Pro will apparently have similar specs to the standard Honor 20, but with a bigger battery and likely more memory.

Moving on to the camera samples, these were shared by Bang Gogo (a tech micro-blogger) and show a variety of landscape shots, as you can see below.

They look promising, but we don’t want to read too much into them since even if they’re the real deal they will have likely been compressed when posting them to Twitter.

Still, with the Honor 20 Pro seemingly having a quad-lens camera, with lenses rumored to include the 48MP one mentioned above along with a 16MP f/2.2 wide-angle one, an 8MP f/2.4 telephoto one and a 2MP f/2.4 macro one, we’d expect it to take decent photos.

We’ll be reporting live from the Honor 20 announcement event, so we’ll let you know all the official details as soon as we hear them.

And it’s worth noting that despite Huawei’s (and therefore Honor’s as it’s a sub-brand of Huawei) future access to Google services looking bleak, the company has confirmed that the Honor 20 range will still get security updates, just like existing Huawei and Honor phones.

Via GSMArena

Source: TechRadar

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