Honor continues to strengthen its portfolio of devices once completely dismembered from Huawei: after presenting the Honor 50 and the Honor X20 SE, the Chinese brand has the Honor X20 ready. It will present it on August 12 within its Asian borders, it will have a triple rear camera and a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

Huawei’s vetoed future has resulted in notable losses for the company, both in the mobile network and smartphone segments. To partially compensate for these losses, Huawei has decided to sell its Honor brand, a sale that materialized at the end of 2020. With the promise to regain ground on its own, Honor unveiled the first part of its X20 family in China. Next week he will introduce another member.

120 Hz for display, 64 mega-pixel and 5G rear camera

As is customary in many scheduled launches, Honor not only confirmed the presentation date of the Honor X20, it also unveiled some of its features. August 12 at 1:30 p.m. in Spain is the date to be entered on the calendar. Interestingly, two days after Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Mix 4 and one day after all the onslaught of Samsung Unpacked.

The Honor X20 aspires to be in the mid-range by offering a design inherited from Huawei; with a clean front, a hole in the panel for the dual front camera, a circular shaped rear photo module and a fingerprint reader anchored to the right edge of the phone.

The technology of the screen is not known, although it is very likely that it is an IPS LCD: it is not usual for brands to include a capacitive reader on the side if the panel is OLED (although it can happen).

The Honor X20 will have 5G connectivity, it will offer ultra-fast charging of 66W and the processor, whose manufacturer and model are still unknown, will be manufactured in 6nm. It could be a MediaTek Dimensity 1200, for example, an SoC that we already have in mobiles like the OnePlus Nord 2.

There isn’t much left to finally see the Honor X20: on August 12, it will be officially presented in China. It is not known whether it will eventually reach the international market, although it is not excluded.

Via | GSMArena