Honor announced European pricing and availability for its new View20 smartphone this week, but for US consumers, there’s still no word on when or if this phone will come.
For Europe, the price has been set at €569, converting to about $650. Buyers in the following markets will be able to purchase the phone starting today. The markets of availability are France, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy, Finland, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Malaysia, India, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. Basically, anywhere but the US.
For specs, the View20 offers a 6.4-inch LCD display (2310 x 1080), Kirin 980 processor, 48-megapixel rear-facing dual camera system, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of internal storage, 4,000mAh battery, rear-facing fingerprint reader, and Android 9 Pie with Honor’s own custom UI on top. The main headline grabber is definitely the hole punch design on front, though, with the selfie camera labeled at 25-megapixels.
Feel free to watch our hands-on video below and be sure to watch out for our full review soon.