Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei, has announced that the mobile seriesTo be launched on May 21 at an event in London, to release a new dynamic and holographic rear case design, which includes millions of tiny pieces that have a certain resemblance to a diamond.
In a press release, the company did not want to reveal too many details of the cell phone itself, although some of the technologies to count on and the photos that accompany this article.
The Chinese manufacturer confirmed that in addition to the, which can already be purchased in some markets, Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro will be available. The information sent confirms other details that have already been rumored as the screen size of the two cell phones that we still do not know, to be of 6.26 inches; The panel will have a ratio of 91.6 percent screen on the front, and a selfie camera as small as 4.5mm.
The company has also announced that the bezels have been reduced compared to those of theand that the metal side incorporate on the right side the fingerprint sensor, which is not on the screen like that of the Huawei P30 Pro, nor on the back like the Honor 20 Lite.
The company did not give more details about the "professional" camera that will integrate the Honor 20 and 20 Pro, so we will have to wait for the event to know the official information.
Dynamic and holographic design
The Honor 20 will have, according to the company, the first dynamic and holographic design on a cell phone. Thus, the rear glass has been created by a process called 3D Mesh, which joins millions of miniature pieces similar to a diamond, to recreate the back of the cell phone.
The company explained that the cell phone will be composed of at least three layers, which will give us some sense of relief on the back of the cell phone, something that we certainly noticed with the design of the Huawei Mate 20.
Honor has already announced that submit an edition, the fashion company that according to the manufacturer, had a large participation in the development of the device.
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