Despite active Western opposition to the adoption of its products or communications infrastructure equipment, it seems that Huawei Chinese continues to push ahead in the diverse markets where it has managed to gain a tangible foothold - and is now reporting sales of 200 million devices in 2018, a new record that also jumps more than 30 percent over 2017 sales.
Upscale collaboration with Leica and increased emphasis on photographic quality, aggressive pricing, creating the trend of double tones that blend into the back of the devices are some of the features that have contributed to growth - along with the development of the Honor and Nova sub-brands, with the first one now launching one more juicy launch , Just before the start of the new year, with the View 20.
The Honor View 20 will be the third model to use the latest Kirin 980 chip, of course 7 nm lithography, after the pair of Huawei flagship models launched two months ago - at a significantly lower price tag. It features an 6.4-inch IPS screen and 2,310 × 1,080 pixel resolution, dynamic 6GB or 8GB memory along with a built-in 128GB or 256GB built-in storage that can be further expanded with standard microSD cards, an XNUM XUUM based EMUI interface, chip GPS Compass Which supports a pair of receiving channels for maximum accuracy and connectivity, as well as a generous 4,000mAh battery with support for fast 22.5 watts. All this in combination with the octagonal chip that includes innovative Cortex A76 cores and a G76-MP10 graphic core.
The 20 photographic array is relatively moderate, but includes the latest shouts in the field: a rear 48 megapixel unit based on the IMX586 sensor Sony With support for shooting up to 960 frames per second and shooting HDR Of 12 megapixels at night where four pixels function as one, plus a rear depth unit to allow for spatial and interior detection - with the front of the 25 megapixel selfie camera inside a modest hole in the left, which is what we already saw in the Nova 4 model Company less than two weeks ago.
The Honor View 20 includes chip NFC built-in connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac Dual Channels, Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0, Fingerprint scanner Rear built - in and even slot for headphones - But on the other hand, you will not find a built-in radio receiver, standard waterproofing and dust protection or wireless charging support.
As with most other Honor products, here too the price tag should be the winning item - the View 20 should be available for purchase in China right now, with an initial cost of 3,000 Yuan worth only 485 dollars, 1,500 Yuan (!) Less than the model price Mate 20 that has the same storage hardware. The top model with 256GB for storage and 8GB of RAM partnering with the fashion company Moschino will be offered to Chinese consumers at a cost of about $ 580, and we only have to keep our fingers crossed that the international prices seen at the end of January will be as close as possible to domestic ones. If so - that would be a very impressive opening for the company for the new year, on the way to the expected fight on the way to maintaining second place in the global market against Dark.