Following the launch of the budget-friendly Honor Play 20 smartphone back in April this year, it seems like Honor will soon be launching a new Honor Play 20 series smartphone in the Chinese market in the next couple of weeks.
This came after several listings of the unannounced Honor Play 20 Pro smartphone were spotted across several ecommerce giant which may be taken as signs of it’s imminent release.
Although there isn’t much details about the Honor Play 20 Pro at the moment, but rumors out of China seems to suggest that the phone will be available only in 4G model, and is expected to be priced between 999 Yuan (US$155) and 1,199 Yuan (US$186).
In terms of specs, we can well expect it to arrive with some buffed up specs as compared to the current Honor Play 20 smartphone which features a 6.5” HD+ LCD display, 13MP dual-rear cameras, 5MP selfie camera, Unisoc T610 chipset, as well as 5,000mAh battery.
Apart from the Honor Play 20 Pro, we’d also heard that the company is prepping a new phablet dubbed as the Honor X20 Max which had already been certified by the TENAA authority.