Honor fans are eagerly waiting for the successor of the last year’s Honor V10 flagship phone. The Honor View 20 is expected to be announced on Jan. 22 in Paris. However, like last year, the company may launch the same phone as Honor V20 in China. The Chinese manufacture has now started sending out invites for the China launch of the Honor V20 phone. The invite received by CNMO reveals that the Honor V20 will go official on Dec. 26. The smartphone will be equipped with a 48-megapixel camera.
The invite images shared by the publication reveals that the Honor V20 will be the first smartphone ever to feature a 48-megapixel rear camera. The smartphone will be announced on Dec. 26 at the Beijing University of Technology Gymnasium in Beijing, China. The text mentioned on the invite is bigger at the top, but it becomes smaller as it goes down. Honor has advised invitees to bring along the invitation letter at the Honor V20 launch event.
Recent reports have revealed that the Honor V20 is codenamed is Princeton. The smartphone is rumored to feature an in-screen camera hole display design. The display of the phone will carry support for full HD+ resolution of 2310 x 1080 pixels. It will come preinstalled with Android 9 Pie OS. The Kirin 980 chipset will be present under the hood of the device. There is no information available yet on the battery capacity of the smartphone. However, it has been confirmed through its 3C certification in China that it will carry support for 22.5W fast charging.
The Honor V20 is also rumored to be equipped with something called 3D Camera through which it will be able to create 3D models of people and objects for AR. This indicates that the phone will be also featuring a ToF (Time of Flight) 3D stereo camera. The other details of the smartphone are currently under the wraps. The Honor V20 is expected to hit the Chinese markets with a starting price of 2,799 Yuan (~$406).