Earlier today, Honor has officially confirmed that their upcoming Honor 20 flagship will be announced in China on May 31st, ten days after its May 21st global launch event held in London.
To hype up the mood, the Chinese smartphone maker has also put the device up for registrations (of interest) in the Chinese market.
In case you’d missed out, the Honor 20 with model number YAL-L21 had already checked through Geekbench yesterday and revealed some of the device’s key specs to us. Apparently, the Honor 20 has scored 3,278 points for the single-core performance, as well as 9,709 points for the multi-core run.
Of course, these are decent scores which are somewhat similar to last year’s Mate 20. Needless to say, the Honor 20 Pro will definitely snag a higher score as compared to this.
Aside from the performance test, the Geekbench listing also revealed that the Honor 20 will be coming with 6GB of RAM and will run on the EMUI 9 atop Android 9.0 Pie OS. Even though the device tested is a 6GB model, reports have been suggesting that the Honor 20 will have a 8GB model as well.