The Honor 20 series aims to provide a viable alternative to Huawei’s P30 handsets for those that can’t quite stretch their budgets that far.
Sure you won’t get the periscope around the back, the display is IPS instead of OLED and there isn’t any official IP rating. At the same time, you’re still getting the flagship Kirin 980 chipset, an All-view display and a quad camera in a more affordable package.
We already got the chance to review the Honor 20 Pro and this time we have the vanilla version drop by. Let’s take a look at its highlights before it gets the full review…