A month ago, the Chinese multinational technology company, Huawei introduced the Honor 20 series. It was in the middle of the dumpster fire, i.e., the Sino-US trade war which took Huawei as a hostage in the negotiations. At an event held in London, the executive of the company refrained from announcing a specific date of launch of the series.
However, Honor 20 is currently available only in China. Also, there has been an increase in sales by every passing day and have been doing great in the country. Hence, Huawei has been able to announce the sale of 1 million units of Honor 20 in just 14 days. Subsequently, the sub-brand of the company used the announcement to introduce the Honor 20 Pro arriving tomorrow.
Specifications of the Honor 20 Pro:
The Honor 20 Pro will come with an 8GB of RAM and two internal storage options- 128GB or 256GB. The price is CNY 3199 ($460/€412) and CNY 3499 ($505/€450) for the 128GB and 256GB variants, respectively. However, this price is relatively lower than the global unit, which is expected to cost €600 after its launch.
Also, the international market of Huawei has to settle with the basic Honor 20, which, however, will hit the United Kingdom on Friday. Notably, the retailers are already gathering pre-orders for the vanilla variant of the smartphone. It costs £399 for 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory and comes with a free Honor Watch Magic if pre-ordered by Thursday i.e., June 20.