The Honor series were unveiled earlier on May 21 but China is yet to get the units. According to the TENAA specs, both the Honor 20 and 20 Pro have very similar specifications. One of the biggest differences however, is in how the base Honor 20 will have 8GB of RAM while the Pro model will carry at least, 12GB, in the home market.
The Honor 20 series in the Chinese market are also expected to ship with as much as 256 GB of storage while the rest of the world will have 6 GB RAM and 128 GB ROM. For those who might be wondering, all variants of the Honor 20 pro come with the same specs.
As is customary with Huawei, we get a lot of original stuff under the hood. It is thus little surprise that these devices are equipped with the new EMUI 9.1 based on Android 9 Pie, and they come with the all-new Kirin 980 chipset.
Honor CEO, George Zhao didn’t give an official date for the release, but he did mention that the devices will b ‘coming soon’. This should be expected, due to the current strain in relationship between Chinese and the US government. However, delay within its home market is not expected since the devices have been cleared and certified by the authorities.