It’s been almost a month since Honor released its Honor 20 series. It was introduced in the middle of the dumpster fire that is Sino-US war – taking the company (Huawei) as a hostage in the negotiations. The executive of Huawei during an event in London, avoid announcing the arrival date.
The Honor 20 series smartphones are currently available in homeland “China” and it seems like sales are going perfect as expected. Huawei has announced that more than 1 million units have now been sold in just 14 days.
The sub-brand “Honor” also made an announcement to introduce Honor 20 Pro which will start landing on stores from tomorrow.
The Honor 20 Pro is said to sport a whopping 8GB of RAM for super-smooth multitasking and two different storage options – 128GB or 256GB. The 128GB variant is expected to be priced CNY3,199 (€412/$460) whereas 256GB variant is expected to set users back CNY3,499 (€450/$505). It’s indeed cheaper as compared to the global unit which goes for a whopping €600.
As of now, the smartphone market of Huawei outside China has to settle with basic Honor 20 – but it’s likely to hit UK’s shelves on Friday. Online stores and retailers of UK have already started getting pre-orders and it costs £399 for 6GB/128GB variant. It will come with Honor Watch Magic (as a gift) if you pre-order it before Thursday, June 20.