The aesthetic Honor 20 Pro will arrive on 5 August in Pakistan. Since Huawei has been given a green signal to work with Google and other American businesses, its sub-brand Honor is preparing to launch its upper mid-range youth-centered smartphone in emerging markets, including Pakistan.
As Huawei will quickly lift the curtains to implement its much-awaited smartphone Honor 20 Pro in Pakistan, Honor 20 Pro will be launched in the nation on 5 August by local tech media outlets.
The aesthetic Honor 20 Pro will arrive on 5 August in Pakistan
As you understand, Honor 20 Pro has lately been certified by Google Play and now the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is prepared to introduce it to various areas around the globe. Initially announced in May 2019, the smartphone provides a few distinctive specs and characteristics to take on premium smartphones.
Coming to the display of the phone, we get 6.26 inches of IPS LCD screen with resolution 1080x 2340 pixels and aspect ratio 19.5:9. Honor 20 Pro is powered by the Kirin 980 flagship chipset and RAM 8 GB packs and internal storage of 256 GB. The phone packs a 22.5 SuperCharge 4,000mAh battery. In 30 minutes, a flat battery will be charged 50 percent.
Furthermore, the premium smartphone comes with a side-stacked fingerprint sensor positioned right at the top of the energy button, making a complete notch. Honor 20 Pro also features Graphene Cooling Sheet technology to dissipate the smartphone’s heat effectively. Click Here to See complete specs.
In the meantime, Google has lately updated its Play Supported Devices list with the model name “YAL-L41” to add the Honor 20 Pro. As the model name suggests, it seems to be the global one. Meanwhile, since 1 June 2019, the base variant of the Honor 20 has been added to this list.
Interestingly, the Honor 20 is also listed as the “Huawei Nova 5T,” while the Honor 20 Pro is also called the “Huawei Nova 5T Pro.” In some countries, the phones may be marketed under various names.