Honor View20, one of the most interesting phones of the new generation, was debuted in China at the end of last year at the Las Vegas Show. The world premiere of the phone will be held on January 22 in Paris, and PC Press will be there to inform you from the face of the place about Honor's new phone and everything he brings.
If judged by announcements, View20 will bring a lot of things, especially because some of its components can not really be sub-standardized. Among other things, this includes the 48MP rear camera with AI Ultra Clarity technology, 3D TOF camera, and the All-View screen. An advanced 48MP camera is powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the new 48MP AI Ultra Clarity mode can combine more 48MP photos into one 48MP photo. The Honor View20 also has an advanced 3D rear camera, which has the ability to scan and recognize objects in the real world. The AI and 3D modeling algorithm allows a number of useful and interesting applications, from making your body thinner in photos and videos, playing games using movements or even calculating the number of calories in food.
The Honor View20 is equipped with the advanced 7nm Kirin 980 AI chipset with dual NPU, support for GPU Turbo 2.0, which significantly improves graphics performance, and a 4000mAh battery with SuperCharge option. The Kirin 980 also features the Mali-G76 GPU, whose performance has been significantly improved. Honor used "The NINE Liquid Cooling", a very efficient system for liquid cooling and provides better heat dissipation.
Unique front camera
However, probably the most interesting item is the front-facing 25MP camera integrated into the screen. The innovative All-View screen provides a 91.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. The engineers at HONOR used an advanced bracket, which has a design similar to a tampon, for precisely positioning the front camera under a very small transparent aperture of 4.5mm on the screen. Also, the appropriate screen-connecting material was used to prevent the light emitted by the screen from entering the camera, which enabled the creation of the best possible photographs on this smartphone.
Looking from the perspective of design, HONOR View20 is the first smartphone to use advanced nanolithography technology to develop invisible nano-texture on the body of the phone. The fourth generation of the nano-vacuum layer and the invisible texture of the aurora creates a vivid and dynamic gradient of V-shaped color with a high-gloss effect.