Chinese smartphone brand Honor has just announced its latest Android phone, the Honor View20. Boasting a 48MP camera which is a smartphone industry first, Honor View20 also features an all-view display and comes equipped with Link Turbo technology.
According to Honor, the View20’s rear-facing camera is powered by Sony’s IMX586 sensor that is partnered with the AI computing power and graphic processor power of a dual-ISP and dual-NPU of Huawei’s Kirin 980 chipset. Simply put, these technologies will allow the View20 to perform multi-frame image processing resulting to multiple 48MP AI high-definition image that is at par with DSLR camera photos.
As mentioned, Honor View20 also features bezel-less display. The phone’s display is said to be using an 18-layer technology stack that embeds the front camera in the display area of the screen and allowing the company to extend the phone’s display area to almost 100%.
No words yet on the other specs and features of the Honor View20 but Honor is set to launch the phone on January 22, 2019 in Paris.