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.