Today, Honor president Zhao Ming has posted live stream information of the Honor 20 series launch event on Weibo and said that “Everything is ready, rehearsal, see you tomorrow”.
The company has given this response with action that directly hints that no matter what happens the company is looking forward to the launch of this new flagship series.
Earlier today, Huawei made a statement on Google’s service restriction saying: “Huawei will continue to provide security updates and after sales services to all existing Huawei and Honor brand smartphones and tablet products, covering those that have been sold and that are still in stock globally”
This brings us back to the Honor 20 Series flagships, which are already been developed including Android OS and services and ready to enter in the market, and possibly doesn’t relate to this new sanctions posted by Google the company.
It’s reported that Huawei can now only use the open source version of the Android for future smartphones excluding Google’s proprietary application and services including Google Play and others, which may leave a great impact on the company’s overseas market.
Honor 20 and 20 Pro: Everything you need to know
According to previous information, Honor 20 and 20 Pro will come with some great camera specs. With Honor 20 will feature quad camera setup of rear camera setup of 16MP Super Wide Angle (117 degrees, f/2.2) + 48MP Sony IMX 586 f/1.8 main camera + 2MP f/2.4 Depth lens + 2MP f/2.4 Marco sensor, and a 32MP front-facing camera.
While the Honor 20 Pro will come with rear camera setup includes 16MP Super Wide Angle (117 degrees, f/2.2) + 48MP Sony IMX 586 f/1.4 main camera + 8MP Telephoto f/2.4 with 3x optical zoom + 2MP f/2.4 Marco sensor, along with a 32MP front-facing camera.
Honor 20 Pro has been officially confirmed for DxOMark’s camera evaluation