Honor View 20

Honor View 20 smartphone was launched in December 2018. The phone comes with a 6.40-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2310 pixels.
The Honor View 20 is powered by octa-core processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The phone packs 128GB of internal storage that cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Honor View 20 packs a 48-megapixel (f/1.8) primary camera on the rear and a 25-megapixel front shooter for selfies.
The Honor View 20 runs Android 9 and is powered by a 4000mAh.
Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth.

Honor View 20 specifications

Display6.4-inch 19.25:9 LCD (Full HD+)
Rear Cameras48MP Sony IMX586, f/1.8 lens, 78 degree angle
3D TOF (time-of-flight) sensor
Front Camera25MP in-screen camera
ProcessorHuawei Kirin 980
RAM6GB / 8GB
Storage128GB / 256GB
Battery4,000mAh, 4.5V/5A Super Charging
SoftwareHonor Magic UI, Android 9 Pie
Dual SIMYes
Headphone jackYes
ColorsRed, Blue, Black
Water ResistanceNo IP Rating
The only major feature missing from the View 20's impressive spec list is official water resistance. There's no IP rating listed, like current OnePlus phones, however Honor says it should be sufficiently splash resistant to survive a rainy day or an unexpected drink spillage. As a point of contrast, the View 20's SIM tray doesn't include a rubber gasket like you'd find on a OnePlus 6T. It's unclear how much this affects the phone's susceptibility to water damage compared to its competitor, but it bears mentioning.
Finally, one unfortunate hardware compromise you will have to make compared to traditional expensive flagship phones relates to the View 20's haptic motor. Vibration feedback from the phone feels mushy and soft, in contrast to the sharper taps you'd get from an iPhone or a Pixel. Perhaps that's why vibration feedback for on-screen keys is disabled by default in software.







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  1. Finally, one unfortunate hardware compromise you will have to make compared to traditional expensive flagship phones relates to the View 20's haptic motor. Vibration feedback from the phone feels mushy and soft, in contrast to the sharper taps you'd get from an iPhone or a Pixel. Perhaps that's why vibration feedback for on-screen keys is disabled by default in software.

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