Huawei has been in the news for all the wrong reasons but the company is holding its ground. Its sub-brand Honor launched not one, not two but three smartphones in London - Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 Lite. All three devices run on Android Pie 9 and in terms of design, all look stunning!
While Honor is still working out which of these smartphones to bring to the Indian market on June 11, here's a quick look at what sets them apart from each other.
Honor 20 Pro
The biggest highlight of the high-end Pro variant is the quad or four camera setup. Sitting on the panel is a main 48-megapixel sensor, backed by an 8-megapixel telephoto, 16-megapixel "super wide angle" and a 2-megapixel macro lens. This device also houses a 32-megapixel front-facing camera. At least in theory, this is sheer brilliance. Apart from this, the device sports a 6.26-inch display that is powered by 4000 mAH battery, Kirin 980 chipset, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Honor 20 Pro has been priced at 599 euros.
Honor 20 Lite
From the absolute high-end, lets shift focus to the budget device of the series — the Honor 20 Lite has been priced at 299 euros. The device is powered by a mid-tier Kirin 710 chipset that is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage. It sports a marginally smaller 6.21-inch display, 3400 mAH battery and houses a triple camera setup of 24 megapixels + 8 megapixels + 2 megapixels.
In terms of design, the Honor 20 is twinning with the Pro variant and sports the same display and chipset. But when it comes to speed, the Honor 20 houses 6 GB RAM and goes up to 128 GB of internal storage. In terms of the camera, the Honor 20 supports a 48 MP main + 16 MP wide + 2 MP macro sensor but instead of 8 telephoto lens like on the Pro, this one houses a 2 MP sensor. The little compromises will cost you 100 euros less than the Pro.
This article will be updated with the India prices post-launch.