HONOR VIEW 20: Hands-On Review
Sporting a brand-new design, the key objectives of the HONOR VIEW 20, front-runner from the HONOR range are performance, style and photography and clearly, our main interests lie within the imaging capabilities of this device.
This is the first flagship device to come from the doors of HONOR since
HONOR VIEW 20 Key Features:
- 48-megapixel rear camera, [with Sony IMX sensor offering 4-in-1 ‘Super-Pixels’
- 25-megapixel front-facing camera
- 960 frames per second in slow-mo
- 6.4″ Ultra-Wide display offering 91.8% of
screen– achieved largely by the All-View, [notchless] display with holepunch for front-facingcamera
- AI Ultra Clarity
- AI Stabilisation
- Semantic Image Optimisation
- Kirin 960 Chip
- Android 9.0
- 4000 mAh battery
The new leading handset from the Chinese manufacturer comes packed with buzzy AI-photo features. Beyond its high megapixel count, clever stabilisation and high-speed, high-performance in general; the HONOR VIEW 20 also promises to deliver a full 60 scene recognitions within 1500 categories!
The new Kirin 980 chip promises to deliver speedier scene recognition for AI photography.
Pricing and availability
The new HONOR VIEW 20 is available from today and comes in two versions:
6GB RAM with 128GB of storage capacity – £499
8GB RAM with 256GB of storage capacity – £579
You can choose from three colours; Phantom Blue, Sapphire Blue and Midnight Black.
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