Honor 20 Pro Review

August 15, 2019 | Amy Davies | Rating star Rating star Rating star Rating star Half rating star


Honor is the sub-brand of the Chinese manufacturer Huawei. It tends to offer lower-cost handsets which are particularly popular with younger audiences. Often Honor phones will take technology used in older Huawei handsets, so you get a very similar experience as if you were using a Huawei.

The Honor 20 Pro is the latest flagship from Honor, which was announced back in May. It features a quad-camera setup, which gives you a 48 megapixel “main” camera with an f/1.4 lens. This is joined by a 16 megapixel super wide angle camera with an f/2.2 lens, an 8 megapixel 3x telephoto camera with an f/2.4 lens and a 2 megapixel f/2.4 megapixel camera. The main camera and the telephoto camera include 4-axis optical image stabilisation to keep your shots as sharp as possible.

As with Huawei phones, the Honor 20 Pro packs a huge range of impressive photo modes, designed to help you get the best shots possible. There’s the popular “Night” mode for low-light shooting, as well as a new “Handheld Moon” shot, which promises to help you to get close-up shots of the moon without any additional equipment.

Other interesting specifications of the Honor 20 Pro include a 4000 man battery, which also includes the ability to “super charge” for quick power boosts, a 32 megapixel front-facing camera, AI Ultra Clarity mode and 4K video recording.

At the time of writing, the Honor 20 Pro’s retail price is around £550, which puts it firmly in the mid-range, price wise. By comparison, Huawei’s flagship phone, the P30 Pro, will set you back almost twice as much, with a retail price of £899.

Ease of Use

Despite having a “mid-range” price tag, we’ve come to expect that Honor phones will look very smart and stylish - there’s a good reason why they are appealing to young people, and it’s not just the affordable price. We’ve been working with the “Phantom Black” colourway, which is actually more like a shiny purple colour - it’s attractive and looks good when the light catches it.

The phone also has nicely rounded edges and feels like it\s a good weight - in other words, it doesn’t feel cheap. Just like we’ve seen before in the Honor View 20, Honor has made the most of the screen’s real estate, giving you almost all of it to play with - there’s just a small “holepunch” notch in the top left hand corner of the screen where the selfie camera is housed. The hole punch is arguably not the most “elegant” of notch solutions, but it’s hard to argue with how good it is at giving you the most available screen possible.

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Rear of the Honor 20 Pro

From the lock screen, you can access the Honor 20 Pro’s native camera app by swiping up from the bottom right hand corner without unlocking the phone. You’ll be able to take as many photos / videos as you like, but you won’t be able to view any photos you took in previous shooting sessions until you unlock the phone fully.

As is often the case for Android phones - and in particular Huawei / Honor phones - the native camera app for the Honor 20 Pro is extremely well equipped, with lots of different shooting modes to suit all kinds of different scenarios and types of user. By default, the app opens in the standard, fully automatic “Photo” mode. In this simple mode, you simply point and shoot to take your pictures, but you can also tap around the screen to choose a specific focus point. You can also adjust brightness by tapping a sun icon which appears when you tap on the screen.

Along the top of the screen in this mode, you’ll see a few options. You can switch the flash on or off, as well as quickly being able to turn on (or off) the artificial intelligence option. With AI left on, the camera will automatically recognise a number of different subjects and apply what it thinks is the most appropriate settings.

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Front of the Honor 20 Pro

If the camera recognises something, it will be indicated at the bottom of the screen, with a word and an icon, such as “dog”, “flower” and so on. You might wish to turn it off if the settings are going a little extreme in situations such as landscape where blue skies and green grass might be a little oversaturated. Having it available directly on the screen here is great to be able to quickly compare between the two rather than delving into a main menu.

In order to use the different lenses that the Honor 20 Pro offers, you have a couple of options. You’ll see a “1x” in a circle when you launch the camera app - tap this and you’ll scroll through 3x optical, 5x “hybrid” zoom, and round again to “wide” for the ultra wide angle camera. Alternatively, you can pinch in and out on the screen to move between the different lenses. Note that you can’t actually select the “macro lens”, instead you’ll find it as a set mode of its own elsewhere in the camera app.

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The Honor 20 Pro's Camera App

The main menu is accessed via a cog icon in the top right hand corner of the camera app. Here you’ll find an array of different options, dependent on the shooting mode you’re in. In “Photo” mode, one interesting option to take note of is changing resolution. Although the Honor 20 Pro has a 48 megapixel sensor, by default images are output at a much more sensible 12 megapixel.

If you want to take advantage of the full resolution though, you can switch to 48 megapixel here, as well as the 48 megapixel “Ultra Clarity” mode. The latter takes a series of images and merges them together for the best detail possible - you’ll need to use it for subjects such as landscapes which don’t move though. You’ll notice if you set the resolution as 48 megapixels, you’ll no longer have access to the other lenses (wide-angle and telephoto) - you’ll have to go back to 12 if you want to use those.

Now to talk about the various additional shooting modes that the Honor 20 Pro includes. From the main camera screen, you’ll see various options along the bottom of the screen. To the left of the Photo mode, there’s Portrait, Night and Aperture. Portrait mode is for capturing people shots, and will only work if it detects a human face, blurring the background for a shallow depth of field effect. You can choose different background blur effects too, such as circles, hearts, swirls and so on.

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The Honor 20 Pro's Shooting Modes

Night mode is something we’ve seen elsewhere used to great effect. It essentially works by capturing a number of images and blending them together to create the impression of a slower shutter speed and therefore making the most of available light.

Aperture mode works in a similar way to portrait mode, but can be used with any type of subject. You get additional controls too, such as being able to choose a specific aperture. When you capture an image in this mode, you can also adjust the aperture effect after the fact in playback, as well as choosing a different focus point too - this can be very handy if you don’t quite choose the correct one when shooting it.

To the right of Photo mode, you’ll see Video. To choose different resolutions - up to 4K is available - you’ll need to head into the menu and select the one you want. Finally, if you tap “More”, you’ll be presented with a host of additional shooting modes. There’s lots to choose from including Slow-Mo, Panorama, Time-lapse, Filter and Documents, but two which are particularly interesting are Super Macro and Pro.

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The Honor 20 Pro's Gallery

With Super Macro, you can utilise the macro lens and get as close as 4cm to your subject. Pro mode is useful for anybody who is a bit more experienced and wants to take full control. With this mode, you can change certain parameters including ISO, shutter speed, white balance and so on. You can also opt to switch on raw format shooting (find it under the resolution options) for additional control when tweaking your shots in post-production.

In order to take a photo, you can either press the on screen “virtual” shutter release button, or you can use the volume up or down keys if you prefer a physical button. Just next to the virtual shutter release you can press an icon to activate the front-facing camera.

Image Quality

All of the sample images in this review were taken using the 12 megapixel JPEG setting, which gives an average image size of around 5Mb.

We’ve come to expect very good things from both Honor and Huawei phones, and happily the Honor 20 Pro is another excellent performer.

Colours are bright and punchy straight out of the camera, while the overall impression of detail is also very good when the phone is left in the standard 12 megapixel output. If you crave finer detail, switching to the 48 megapixel Ultra Clarity mode is very impressive - but unless you want to be able to zoom in at 100% and see very fine detail, you’re unlikely to see too much of a difference.

Being able to take manual control over image quality is fantastic, but leaving the Honor 20 Pro in fully automatic results in good quality images anyway. Exposures are on the whole very well balanced, while the camera also copes well to produce accurate colours under a variety of different lighting conditions.

Artificial intelligence, for the most part, does a decent job in selecting the best shooting settings for every scenario - we’d recommend leaving it on almost all of the time, perhaps flicking it off if things are going a little too “over the top” for your liking.

In low light, the Night mode really comes into its own, offering a major advantage over many other types of phones. You can grab very impressive shots, completely handheld, which stand up well to social media sharing and printing at small sizes.

The macro mode is a little disappointing - it being there means that Honor can promote the Honor 20 Pro as a “quad camera” device, but we’d probably prefer to see a depth-sensing camera here, like we see on the Huawei P30 Pro. The results from the macro camera are not particularly impressive as they are small in size and don’t stand up well to close scrutiny - you’d probably be better to leave it in the standard mode for the most part, either cropping yourself into an image from the main camera, or shooting with the 3x zoom camera instead.

Having a 3x optical telephoto lens is handy when you need to get closer to the subject, while optical image stabilisation really helps to keep things nice and smooth. That’s also true for shooting video. The super wide-angle lens also produces nicely crisp and well-saturated images, and is very useful for architecture and landscape type shots.




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Focal Range



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3x Optical Zoom


5x Hybrid Zoom



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Rear Camera - Flash On

Selfie - Flash Off

Selfie - Flash On

Front Facing Camera - Flash On




Night Mode
Long Exposure Mode

Ultra Clarity Mode


Sample Images

This is a selection of sample images from the Honor 20 Pro camera, which were all taken using the 12 megapixel JPEG setting. The thumbnails below link to the full-sized versions, which have not been altered in any way.

Sample RAW Images

The Honor 20 Pro enables users to capture RAW and JPEG format files. We've provided some Honor RAW (DNG) samples for you to download (thumbnail images shown below are not 100% representative).

Sample Movie & Video

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 3840x2160 at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 16 second movie is 81Mb in size.

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The smartphone market has probably never been more robust, with pretty much all of the major manufacturers arguing over who offers the best camera on the market.

If you’re somebody who considers the quality of the onboard camera to be an important part of the decision to buy a smartphone, but, crucially you don’t have a top-end budget to play with, it’s phones like the Honor 20 Pro which will likely be on your radar.

At £550, it’s around half the price of the top-of-the-line models from Samsung, Apple and its own sister brand, Huawei. For your money, you get a heck of a lot, with the camera being similar to older Huawei models that once would have set you back a bigger chunk of cash.

At the moment, the Huawei P30 Pro is Huawei’s flagship, and while the Honor 20 Pro doesn’t match up to that in terms of quality and flexibility, it comes reasonably close to last year’s flagship - the P20 Pro, but with the addition of a super wide angle camera. The Honor 20 Pro’s triple-camera line-up (I’m choosing to ignore the macro camera) gives you great flexibility to move between super wide angle and a 3x optical zoom, and should be the ideal setup for most amateur photographers.

For those who are looking for a little more control, having different shooting modes to experiment with, as well as a dedicated Pro mode is a little bonus. Having the ability to shoot in raw format is also welcome, even if the vast majority of users don’t ever intend to use the option.

Overall, image quality is excellent, with bright, vibrant colours and a satisfying impression of overall detail. Low light shooting is well facilitated by the Night mode, while modes such as Portrait and Aperture allow you to get a little bit creative.

If your budget is even tighter, you might want to also consider the standard Honor 20, which was announced at the same time as the Honor 20 Pro. It’s around £150 cheaper, and you lose the telephoto lens, but otherwise the setup is very similar.

We were expecting good things from the Honor 20 Pro and it hasn’t failed to deliver. With very little to dislike about it, especially for the price, If you’re sitting comfortably in the mid-range and don’t want to splash too much cash, it’s therefore very easy to recommend.

4.5 stars

Ratings (out of 5)
Design 4.5
Features 4.5
Ease-of-use 4.5
Image quality 4
Value for money 4.5

Main Rivals

Listed below are some of the rivals of the Honor 20 Pro.

Apple iPhone XR

The Apple iPhone XR is the cheapest of the three new iPhones released in 2018, sacrificing the telephoto lens and higher-resolution screen that the XS models offer. Read our in-depth Apple iPhone XR review to find out if it's still worth considering...

Google Pixel 3

The brand new Google Pixel 3 smartphone offers photographers a 12 megapixel sensor, 5.5-inch FHD+ screen, wide-angle selfies, Portrait Mode, and the clever Night Sight mode for low-light hand-held shooting. Read our in-depth Google Pixel 3 review to find out just what it's capable of...

Google Pixel 3a

Do you want the same excellent camera from the flagship Pixel 3 but at a much lower price? Of course you do! Then look no further than the brand new Pixel 3a, which features exactly the same camera module as its big brother, including the innovative Night Sight and Portrait modes, but at almost half the price. Read our Google Pixel 3a review to find out if this is all the smartphone camera that you actually need...

Honor 20

Want a great smartphone with a triple-camera setup that doesn't cost the earth? Then you may be interested in the Honor 20, a new mid-range 48 megapixel device with a 6.26” full HD screen, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt storage. Read our Honor 20 review to find out what this new smartphone has to offer keen photographers...

Honor View 20

The Honor View 20 is a mid-range smartphone with flagship specs and performance, with a 48 megapixel sensor, a “hole punch” to house the front-facing camera, and dedicated Night, Portrait and Pro shooting modes aimed at photographers. Is this all the smartphone that you really need? Find out now by reading our in-depth Honor View 20 review, complete with full-size sample images and videos.

OnePlus 7 Pro

The OnePlus 7 Pro is the biggest and most expensive flagship smartphone that OnePlus has ever released. With a 48-megapixel triple-camera setup, 4K/60p video recording, Nightscape and Pro shooting modes and the ability to shoot in Raw, is it also the best ever OnePlus phone? Find out now by reading our in-depth OnePlus 7 Pro review...

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

The Galaxy S10 Plus is the best smartphone that Samsung have ever made, but is it also the best for keen photographers? Find out now by reading our expert Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review, complete with full-size sample images and videos...

Sony Xperia 1

The Xperia 1 is the first ever Sony smartphone to borrow technology from the company's successful Alpha range of mirrorless cameras, including the very popular Eye AF feature and the latest Bionz X processor. Could this be the ultimate smartphone for photographers? Find out now by reading our in-depth Sony Xperia 1 review, complete with full-size sample images and videos...

Sony Xperia XZ3

The Sony Xperia XZ3 is a flagship smartphone with a 19 megapixel camera, 4K HDR Movie recording, 960fps Super slow motion in Full HD, and AI predictive capture.Are there enough features and performance to tempt keen photographers? Find out now by reading our in-depth Sony Xperia XZ3 review, complete with full-size sample images and videos...

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Honor 20 Pro from around the web.

trustedreviews.com »

The Honor 20 Pro is an excellent phone that combines some high-end specs with a price less intimidating than the Huawei P30 Pro’s or Samsung Galaxy S10’s. If you want maxed-out gaming power, you’re better off with a OnePlus 7. And the Asus ZenFone 6 has both more power, a larger battery and more eye-catching motorised camera.
Read the full review »

pocket-lint.com »

What other phone is going to offer three (out of the four) decent cameras in a striking design such as this? Once again Honor has shown its strength by numbers - and while the Pro isn't perfect, as an affordable flagship it's got a whole lot going for it.
Read the full review »

digitalcameraworld.com »

The Honor 20 Pro proves you don't need to part with the thick end of £1000/€1000 to get premium phone camera specs. While image quality is not quite on par with a top-tier phone like the Galaxy S10, it's certainly good enough for this far lower price point, and the multi-camera versatility only adds to the appeal. If you're after a mid-range phone that sacrifices nothing in terms of camera performance, the Honor 20 Pro should be high - if not top - of your shortlist.
Read the full review »



  • Phantom Blue

  • Phantom Black

  • Icelandic Frost


4,000mAh (typical value) all-day battery

22.5W HONOR SuperCharge: 50% in 30 mins

7nm Kirin 980 AI Chipset with Dual-NPU

Magic UI 2.1.0 (compatible with Android 9)

Side-mounted fingerprint sensor

3D curved glass

ROM: 256GB*


*Variant availability may differ for different countries, so please check local country websites for more information.


6.26’’ HONOR FullView display, 2340p x 1080p

16.7M colors, 412 PPI

Multi touch-sensitive screen

91.7% screen ratio


Height : 154.60 mm

Width : 73.97 mm

Depth : 8.44 mm

Weight : Approximately 182g (including battery)


Rear Camera (48MP AI Quad Camera):

48MP Main Camera (Sony IMX586)

•f/1.4 aperture

•1/2 inch large sensor

•4-in-1 Light Fusion (effective 1.6μm pixels)

•Supported by:

•Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)

•AI Image Stabilization (AIS)

•Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)

•PDAF and laser autofocus

•AI Ultra Clarity mode, AIS Super Night mode

16MP Super Wide Angle Camera

•f/2.2 aperture, 117° super wide angle

•Supported by distortion correction

8MP Telephoto Camera

•f/2.4 aperture

•3X loseless optical zoom, 5X hybrid zoom, 30X digital zoom

•Supported by:


•PDAF and laser autofocus

2MP Macro Camera

•f/2.4 aperture, 4cm macro photography

Front Camera:

32MP Selfie Camera

•f/2.0 aperture

•3D Portrait Lighting


  • Network

    4G LTE TDD: B38/B40/B41(2545-2655MHz)

    4G LTE FDD: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28

    3G WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5/B6/B8/B19

    2G GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8

  • GPS



  • Connectivity

    Wi-Fi 2.4GHz: 802.11 b/g/n, MIMO

    Wi-Fi 5GHz: 802.11 a/n/ac

    Bluetooth BT5.0

    USB 2.0


Honor has launched a new smartphone collection comprising of the Honor 20 Pro, Honor 20 and Honor 20 Lite. The Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 combine a 48 megapixel AI Quad Camera and a Dynamic Holographic design with the powerful Kirin 980 chipset and GPU Turbo 3.0.

The Honor 20 Pro will be priced at 599 Euros. More information on the UK launch will be released in the near future.

The Honor 20 can be pre-ordered now priced at £399.99 in the UK, and will be available soon.

The Honor 20 Lite is now available in the UK priced at £249.99.

HONOR Press Release

HONOR’s Flagship N-Series Welcomes Its Latest Member – HONOR 20 Series

[London, May 21, 2019] Global smartphone brand HONOR has today officially launched its HONOR 20 series: HONOR 20 LITE, HONOR 20 and HONOR 20 PRO. This masterpiece collection testifies to not only the excellence of HONOR’s N-Series, which is lauded for superior design and photography capability, but also the brand’s commitment to the youthful aesthetics and unmatched capabilities. 

The newly launched flagship HONOR 20 and 20 PRO has gathered global limelight through its world’s first Dynamic Holographic Design and 48MP AI Quad Camera. The all-powerful Quad Camera has earned the HONOR 20 PRO an impressive DxOMark score of 111. 

As well as launching the new 20 Series, HONOR has also announced a partnership with international football star Dele Alli, who joins HONOR as its UK Brand Ambassador. Both Dele and HONOR are young players in their respective fields but display finesse and drive beyond their years thanks to their ability to put in hard work and determination. 

“At HONOR, we follow the ethos “Always Better” in everything we do,” said George Zhao, President of HONOR. “HONOR’s renowned N-Series welcomes the latest member of the family, the HONOR 20 Series, and invites users to ‘Capture Wonder’ with a professional-grade camera and the wondrous Dynamic Holographic design. This design cements our leadership in smartphone craftsmanship, which is firmly rooted in HONOR’s principal approach to light play. We welcome users around the world to witness the wonder of HONOR 20 Series on our official website via www.hihonor.com.” 

The HONOR 20 LITE is now available in the UK for £249.99 at Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Argos, John Lewis and Very. The HONOR 20 can be pre-ordered now for £399.99 at Carphone Warehouse, O2, Three, Amazon and Argos with a free HONOR Watch Magic, normally priced at £179.99, and will be available soon. More information on the launch of HONOR 20 PRO will be released in the near future. 

The Wonder of 48MP AI Quad Flagship Camera 

The 20 Series’ flagship, the HONOR 20 PRO, features a Quad Camera which leads with a Sony IMX586 48MP Main Camera, featuring the advanced AI Ultra Clarity mode and AIS Super Night mode to empower users to capture clearer images. The 20 PRO’s Quad Camera is also packed with the 16MP Super Wide Angle Camera, 8MP Telephoto Camera and 2MP Macro Camera which allows users to capture wider and closer shots with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). These four cameras contribute to an impressive DxOMark score of 111. 

The HONOR 20 Series also sends shockwaves across the industry with the innovation of AIS Super Night mode and the industry’s largest F1.4 aperture. Powered by the AI multi-frame stabilization technology and an enhanced algorithm, the mode creates ultra-clear night shots with heightened brightness, lower noise, and better colour preservation. With more light passing through the lens thanks to the F1.4 aperture, users can record their magic moments in great details even in dimly-lit scenarios. 

The 48MP AI Quad Camera enables users to capture photos with extreme clarity during the day, especially with the AI Ultra Clarity mode. In this mode, the Dual-NPU and the Dual-ISP of the 7nm Kirin 980 AI chipset collate the best details from multiple photos into one “Super 48MP Photo” with a quality surpassing normal 48MP pictures, and vivid details and colours. With the 16MP Super Wide Angle Camera, users can capture more with an extensive 117° viewing angle. Meanwhile the Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) prompts the tiny gyro-sensors to quickly shift pieces of the lens glass to the off-set motion before the image is converted into a digital format, creating a sharper image even with shaky hands. 

Finally, the 2MP Macro lens can give users a creative edge by offering new perspectives that the naked eye would never be able to see. It allows users to capture incredible details as close as 4cm, ideal for photographers who enjoy shooting flora and fauna. Similarly, the ability to zoom in on a subject at 3X lossless optical zoom, 5X hybrid zoom and 30X digital zoom means that users can shoot minute details - a useful feature for nature-loving photographers who are looking to photograph elusive wildlife, or street photographers who portray the hassle and bustle of city life. 

The Wonder of Cutting-Edge Dynamic Holographic Design 

The HONOR 20 Series redefine the user experience by becoming the first product in HONOR’s history to introduce a multi-dimensional, Dynamic Holographic glass back. Meticulously crafted through HONOR’s industry-first Triple 3D Mesh technology, the two-stage process first create a depth layer using nanotechnology to engrave millions of miniature prisms. Upon completion of this intricate process, the engineers continue with the assembly of glass, color, and depth layers. As light passes through the prisms in the depth layer, light is reflected and refracted in all directions.

Coated in either Phantom Black or Phantom Blue for HONOR 20 PRO, and Midnight Black or Sapphire Blue for HONOR 20, the color layer is combined with the glass and depth layer in a vacuum environment under the precise control of temperature and pressure. The outcome is a depth-inducing optical effect that makes the HONOR 20 Series stand out from its predecessors. Due to the complex process, for every 100 back covers, only 20 meet the stringent standards. Meanwhile the HONOR 20 LITE features a bold, avant-garde gradient design available in two beautiful finishes –Phantom Blue and Midnight Black - engineered by HONOR’s highest level of craftsmanship and sophisticated 3D photolithography technology. 

The Wonder of an All-Round User Experience 

HONOR’s “Always Better” ethos drives the brand to go beyond the textural and colour design of the Dynamic Holographic glass back. HONOR 20 and 20 PRO boasts a 6.26" all-view display with a 91.7% screen-to-body ratio. With a 4.5mm in-screen camera, the all-view display allows an even more enthralling visual experience without compromising on aesthetics. 

The fingerprint sensor on the right side of its aluminium frame has been positioned to complement the natural placement of fingers when one picks up a phone. The asymmetrical “L-shaped” positioning of the four camera lenses allows for a 4,000 mAhiii battery that can support a full-day uninterrupted use. Meanwhile, the HONOR 20 Pro adopts a Graphene cooling sheet technology, a new thermal solution that can efficiently dissipate heat and thus maintaining the optimal performance. 

In terms of mobile gaming, the HONOR 20 Series is equipped with the industry-leading GPU Turbo 3.0 – a feature that boosts the device’s gaming capabilities by offering users an enhanced visual and tactile experience. Backed by consumer demands, HONOR 20 Series has teamed up with approximately 25 most sought-after mobile games right now including Fortnite, PUBG Mobile, and Arena of Valor. 

Apart from the viewing and gaming experiences, users can indulge in an immersive audio experience through the Virtual 9.1 Surround Sound feature powered by Histen 6.0. This is the first time that this cutting-edge technology is applied to smartphones. The Virtual 9.1 surround sound supports all types of wired and wireless earphones and packs an in-built dual microphone with noise reduction – a system tailored according to the specific needs of technophiles and audiophiles.

Preview Images

​Ahead of our full review, here are some sample JPEG and Raw photos and videos taken with the brand new Honor 20 Pro smartphone, which has a quad-camera setup including a 48 megapixel main camera, 117° Super Wide Angle lens and 3x optical zoom.

A gallery of sample photos and videos taken with the Honor 20 Pro smartphone.

Honor 20 Pro Sample Images

Sample RAW Images

The Honor 20 pro enables users to capture RAW and JPEG format files. We've provided some Honor RAW (DNG) samples for you to download (thumbnail images shown below are not 100% representative).

Sample Movie & Video

This is a sample movie at the highest quality setting of 3840x2160 at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 16 second movie is 81Mb in size.

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