Honor 20/Pro offers two noteworthy features, record lens aperture and holographic stereoscopic effect. The device could perform a recording session through the f/1.4 aperture lens to let more light in. This will help to improve performance for night time photography. There’s also a stereoscopic effect that changes the visual, depending on the angle users see the device from. Honor claims that it’s the first Triple 3D Mesh technology in the industry. The technology adds depth to any gradient color on the display.
The Honor 20/Pro comes with a big 6.26-inch all-view LCD Full HD display. Thanks to its hole-in-display design, the phone offers 92 percent screen to body ratio. The Pro variant has edge cover glass that curves at the sides. Users of the regular Honor 20 device need to make do with standard flat screen. Both devices run on the powerful Kirin 980 processor with 7nm manufacturing technology. The more affordable Honor 20 ships with 128GB internal storage and 6GB of RAM. The Pro variant ups the ante with 256GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM. It also comes with a 4000mAh battery that could last for the whole day. Its 22.5 Watt SuperCharge adapter could top the battery off to 50 percent in 30 minutes flat. The standard Honor 20 has smaller 3750mAh battery, but should be enough for typical daily usage. Other notable specs of Honor 20/Pro are dual microphones for noise cancellation and 9.1 surround sound certification. One thing that may immediately catch your attention is the graphene cooling sheet technology that’s 50 percent more effective in dissipating heat than regular copper heatsink.
Both variants are available in black and blue color options. The Honor 20 has better value-for-money pricing at 499 EUR, while the 20 Pro is available for 599 EUR. The Honor 20 should be a decent mid-range device, while the Honor 20 Pro isn’t a bad deal with its 4000mAh battery, 256GB internal storage, dynamic holographic design and innovative camera features.