Honor 20 Surfaced On Master Lu Benchmark With Kirin 980 Chipset

We all know that Huawei’s subsidiary, Honor recently launched a new handset dubbed as Honor 20i. The smartphone is all packed with some good specs and looks quite similar to the previous Honor 10i. The company is not coming slow and is now prepping to launch another smartphone, Honor 20. Recently, the handset surfaced on the benchmarking site, Master Lu revealing some of the key specs.

Honor 20 Spotted At Master Lu Benchmark

The upcoming phone, Honor 20 got spotted on the Master Lu benchmark with model number YAL-AL00. According to the listings, the handset is powered by Huawei’s flagship 7nm Kirin 980 processor. Furthermore, the upcoming handset will be paired by 8GB of RAM. It will come with 2340 x 1080p resolution, which confirms its 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The resolution is tipped to be the same as that of the Honor 20i mid-ranger. In addition to that, the model scores around 338,924 in the benchmark, which puts it in the high-end category. Let’s have a look at the scoresheet.

Honor 20 Spotted At Master Lu Benchmark

On the other hand, the latest phone by the company, 20i features a 6.21” LCD with a waterdrop notch. The waterdrop notch houses a 32 MP camera. However, the main camera set up of the handset consists of three shooters which include 24 MP f/1.8 main, 8 MP f/2.4 with a telephoto lens and 2 MP f/2.4 depth sensor. In addition to that, the handset is powered by Kirin 710 chipset. The Honor 20i Price will be under $300.

The octa-core chipset, Kirin 710 is paired with 4/128 GB, 6/64 GB, 6/128 GB, or 6/256 GB memory. Moreover, the smartphone runs EMUI 9, based on Android Pie straight out of the box. The smartphone comes with a 3,400 mAh battery cell that keeps the lights on. Let’s see what Honor offers in its upcoming handsets. The Honor 20 Series is expected to go official in May.

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