China’s Honor has announced View 20 smartphone that comes with 48MP rear camera and all-view display. The industry-first 48MP rear camera with Sony IMX586 sensor in the View 20 is set to pave way to a new era of smartphone photography.
According to the company, the View 20 will be officially launched first in Beijing, China on December 26, followed by a global launch in Paris on January 22.
According to Honor, the smartphone camera is further coupled with the AI computing power and graphic processing power enabled by the dual-ISP and dual-NPU of Kirin 980 chipset which will automatically perform multi-frame image processing, allowing the users to collate the essence in multiple photos taken by the 48MP camera and create a 48MP AI high-definition image.
The Honor View 20 will also be the world’s first in-display camera smartphone. The View 20 will sport a 4.5mm diameter circular hole in the upper-left side of the “All-View display”, allowing the front-facing camera to sit beneath it.
The View 20 is packed features Link Turbo that automatically analyse users’ usage models and network conditions to switch seamlessly between Wi-Fi or 4G networks and boosts downloading speed by simultaneously adopting both networks.
“As a trendsetter, Honor continues to push the limits of innovation and product craftsmanship, we endeavor to continually deliver technology breakthroughs to the world and deliver exceptional experiences for our users,” said Jimmy Xiong, General Manager of Honor Product.
More information about the View 20 will be shared closer to the launch.