Honor 20 Pro Best Features: Quad Rear Cameras, Punch-Hole Display & More
Huawei launched three new Honor devices: Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, and Honor 20i. The Honor 20i is the cheapest but with a few compromises. The best of the three is the pro edition. Even if it comes with many premium features, it is priced much lower than the current flagships. As a mid-range device, it packs in the flagship features. So, let’s look at the best five features on offer from the Honor 20 Pro.
What are the best features of the Honor 20 Pro?
Quad Rear Cameras
Triple cameras are now a norm for a new flagship-like offering from any brand. But Honor goes the extra mile here by including an extra sensor. Among the four, we have a primary 48 MP Sony sensor with f/1.4 aperture, a 16 MP wide-angle camera with a 117-degree field of view, an 8 MP telephoto sensor, and the unique 2 MP macro shot lens for those close-up pictures. Together, all these sensors on a single device make the camera setup a versatile one.
32MP selfie shooter
Honor 20 Pro delivers the best selfies by providing a 32 MP sensor. This sensor is placed in the punch hole on the top left side of the display. It is an advanced sensor that combines four pixels into one to provide more significant details. With many AI features, this is a complete package for stunning selfies.
Side-Mounted Fingerprint sensor
Where all the other brands are moving towards in-display fingerprint sensors, Honor does things differently by implementing a side-mounted fingerprint sensor under the power button. Honor claims it unlocks the phone in 0.3 seconds, much faster than the latest but slow under-display sensors.
Punch Hole Display
Honor solves the maximum screen-to-body ratio dilemma with the punch-hole implementation of the front camera. Rather than having an ugly notch drooling from the top, it is much better to see a punch-hole camera on the left-hand side. This provides an almost bezel-less screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 84%. This is a lower number as compared to some new devices out there, but the implementation makes it a much clearer one.
Kirin 980 Soc
The Honor 20 Pro packs the top-of-the-line Kirin 980 SOC, as seen in the high-priced Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Huawei P30 Pro. This is a 7nm processor with eight cores in total. Four A76 cores and four A55 cores, which makes the CPU performance of this soc equivalent to the Snapdragon 855 along with fluid GPU performance. 2019 has all been about AI, and the 980 soc comes with a dedicated Neural Unit, which makes performing AI tasks a breeze.This device is priced competitively at Rs 39,999, much lower than the similar Oneplus 7 Pro. But only after the launch of the Redmi K20 Pro in India will we be able to determine what this device offers for the price-to-performance ratio.