The Honor 20 brings a lot of good things to the table and in this video we review it and see what if anything has changed in the software experience and if we really should be avoiding Huawei and Honor devices.
The Honor 20 comes with a 6.26 inch screen and a punchole to the top left that holds the 32 MP selfie camera. This is not an AMOLED panel though and we instead have Full HD+ IPS LCD which is why the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the side mounted power button much like the Samsung Galaxy S10E.
Internally it comes with the Kirin 980 chipset and 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. There is no micro sd card support here.
It also comes with a fairly beefy 3750mAh battery.
When it comes to cameras, we have the primary 48MP shooter with the Sony IMX 586 and an f1.8 lens. Along with it is a 16MP ultrawide camera and the 3rd camera is the depth sensor. But the most interesting aspect of these optics is the fourth and final camera on the Honor 20 – a 2MP macro lens that we have never seen before in smartphones!
The Honor 20 runs on Magic UI version 2.1 which is basically EMUI 9 and is based on Android 9 Pie.
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