With both Sony and Samsung announcing 48-megapixel image sensors for smartphones earlier this year, Honor has pre-announced that their next smartphone, the View 20, will adopt said sensor from Sony.
Dubbed by Honor as the "All-View" display, the View 20 is seen to have a 4.5mm punchhole style in-screen camera slot on the upper left corner which eliminates the need of a notch for a near full body display. The phone will be running on the latest Kirin 980 processor that is claimed to give a significant boost to image processing - 134 percent in fact. Last but not least, Honor also introduced the Link Turbo feature to the View 20 which automically analyses users' internet and network conditions to switch seamlessly between Wi-Fi or 4G networks to boost downloading speed by adopting both networks.
The phone is to be officially launched by Honor on January 22nd 2019 in Paris, France. Stay tuned for further details.