Honor 20 Lite hands-on first impressions video

Honor 20 Series Launch Set for May 21 in London

A report by WinFuture has also revealed the specs of the alleged Honor 20 Lite that are quite similar to that of the Honor 20i. Honor's reveal event is will happen in London on May 21st, and we'll be covering that reveal as it happens right here at SlashGear.

The Honor 20 will be with us on 21 May.

The date formula courtesy of the number four at the bottom left of the invite generates the number 521, i.e.

Honor's 2019 flagship launch will take place in London. May 21; however, there may be more to these digits than the date alone. We originally believed that the phone is likely to be the Honor 10i which was already launched in Russian Federation, but it is now actually possible that we might be seeing a different phone altogether. Could we see an Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 Pro 5G model too?

This is what the Honor 20 Lite may look like. Not only that, there is also the Honor 20 Lite which recently has been leaked into the rumour circle.

Reports say that the device will have a triple rear camera setup, including a massive 48MP primary sensor, 20MP secondary sensor and another 8MP sensor. Huawei and sub-brand Honor both offer a full theme engine ... Likely to be backed by a 3400mAh battery, it is expected to run EMUI 9.1 based on Android 9.0 Pie. We don't yet know if this handset will come to the UK.

As for the Honor 20 Lite speculation, this suggests the phone will be basically a Huawei P30 Lite with a micro-USB port rather than a USB-C port.

The Honor 20i is reported to be unveiled on April 17 in Beijing. In the United Kingdom, it started at a reasonable 399 pounds (~$523). We will find out its official pricing and availability at the event.

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