Honor, a sub-brand under the Huawei Group recently introduced the Honor 20 series to the global market but China is yet to see the devices.
Due to tense relationships between the government of China and the US, the CEO of Honor, George Zhao did not specify any official date and said they will be coming soon.
Two Huawei devices with model numbers YAL-AL00 and YAL-AL10 both linked to the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro are approved by TENAA. While the
launched Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro had the utmost limit of 6GB RAM+ 128GB storage and 8GB of RAM respectively, TENAA listing reveals that the base Honor 20 will get a new 8GB RAM and 256GB storage variant, as compared to its initial 6GB+128GB storage, while its pro-sibling will be getting a more capable variant of 12GB of RAM.
In contrast, most of the specifications of the vanilla flagship and its pro sibling are the same – size, battery, display, etc. Likewise, both phones will have EMUI 9.1, based on Android Pie, latest Kirin 980 chipset and are quite strong in terms of photography. Consequently, both the phones feature a 32-megapixel front-facing camera. Furthermore, the back camera of Honor 20 Pro has a quad-camera module, including a 48MP main camera of Sony IMX586, an 8MP 3x optical telephoto lens, a 16MP super wide-angle lens, and a dedicated 2MP macro camera, whereas Honor 20 has a similar quad-camera setup, but now in a 48-megapixel main camera (f/1.8 aperture), a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel depth camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera arrangement.
The new variants with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage and 12GB RAM probably will cost more than the existing ones.