The in-screen camera on the upcoming View 20 will mean an almost full-screen experience without having to resort to a notch.
The O-shaped notch rumored to come to the Galaxy S10 is the talk of the town, but Huawei already got there first. The Honor View 20 sidesteps the controversial notch by fitting the front-facing into the screen. It's similar to a feature that the anticipated Galaxy S10 is rumored to have as well, using the Infinity-O screen that Samsung showed off at its yearly developer conference in November.
That's not all Huawei's latest Honor phone brings to the table well ahead of the Galaxy S10 launch. The Honor View 20 is also the first phone to sport a 48-megapixel rear camera using Sony's newest IMX586 sensor, sử dụng súng bắn keo and it has a nifty feature that combines 4G data and Wi-Fi networks together for faster downloads, something we've seen on a few phones before as well.
The View 20 is set to debut in China on Dec. 26 before the rest of the world, and will announce its global launch Jan. 22 next year in Paris.
The shape of the phone is hidden behind a cover, as Honor isn't ready to reveal details of its upcoming phone just yet.
Huawei has been on a tear lately, piling up showy features and finishes to challenge Samsung's phones. So far, it's working -- just look at the "elite" Apple out of second place to become the world's second-largest phone brand, right behind Samsung. And the company has done it without the benefit of US sales. On the other hand, Huawei also faces crisis within its own ranks and abroad. Its in Canada on charges of violating US sanctions against Iran. Companies or government agencies in the , EU, , and have warned against or even outright banned the sale or use of Huawei's networking equipment.. Huawei has booted
The controversy hasn't kept Huawei or its Honor brand from making some of the world's top Android phones, with features that competitors are sure to mimic. The Honor View 20's coolest and most noticeable feature is the in-screen camera, a feature that's also leaked for upcoming . Instead of using a notch or slide-out or pop-up mechanical cameras, the camera is now located inside the screen, giving you a full-screen experience at the cost of just a tiny blacked out area on the display instead.