Honor V20 (View 20) AnTuTu listing surface; Key specs and front image leaked

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

The Honor V20 that is scheduled to go official on Dec. 26 has a model number of PCT-AL10. An AnTuTu listing of the same model number has appeared on Weibo. Apart from some of the key specs of the phone, an image showing the front design of the phone has also been leaked.

The Honor V20 AnTuTu listing has revealed that the smartphone has scored 291,244 points in the benchmark tests. This score is the total of CPU (106,755), GPU (109,251), UX (64,574) and memory (10,664) tests. Leaked information reveals that the Honor V20 is driven by Kirin 980 chipset and 8 GB of RAM. The smartphone is expected to arrive with an internal storage of 128 GB.

The top 10 list of best performance Android smartphones for November had four Kirin 980 chipset powered smartphones ranking at the top four positions. The fourth position was held by Honor Magic 2 with a score of 300,866. The Mate 20 Pro ranked third with a score of 302,871. The Mate 20 X came second with a score of 304,807 and the Mate 20 led the pack with 309,425 score.

The Xiaomi Mi 8 ranked tenth with 292,286 which is higher than what Honor V20 has scored on AnTuTu benchmarks. It is not clear whether the 292,244 score belongs to the prototype or final version of the Honor V20 smartphone.

Honor V20 Leaked Photo

As shown above, the Honor V20 will come equipped with a punch-hole display design. The exact configuration of the front camera is not known. The rear shell of the phone is expected to feature a triple camera setup that will include Sony IMX586 48-megapixel as primary sensor and a 3D ToF (Time of Flight) sensor. For better connectivity experience, the smartphone will support Link Turbo which combines LTE and Wi-Fi signals.

The Honor V20 is expected to land in China with a price tag of around 3,000 Yuan (~$435). The smartphone will be internationally announced as Honor View 20 on Jan. 22 in Paris, France. The View 20 will be also releasing in India in the coming month.

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