Global sales of Honor 20 Pro are now official. In a May 2019 case, Honor published his present flagship, the 20 Pro. Since then, however, buying outside of China has not been accessible. This will quickly alter as the business announced it would release this phone to other markets, beginning with Russia.
Global sales of Honor 20 Pro are now official
The 20 Pro is the flagship of Honor at the beginning of 2019 and was published at a case in London in May along with its non-Pro sister. However, this phone was not released for sale by the Huawei sub-brand at its launch. But now, in global markets, this phone will begin selling.
Honor announced that the Russian market will be the first to get on its shelves this premium camera-focused phone. On its first sale, it will cost 34990 rubles (about US$ 553). In nations like some European Union states, the United Kingdom, Egypt, and Malaysia, this commercial launch will soon be followed by others.
To recap, the Honor 20 Pro rocks the Kirin 980 SoC flagship grade. It has 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB in fixed storage and a back quad-camera (when the time-of-flight sensor is counted) that helped it compete in DxOMark results efficiently. In terms of revenues, it may now hope to compete with the base Honor 20: this phone was accessible to customers, passing 2 million units shipped at the last count.