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Honor 20 Lite announced in China with 6.3-inch FHD+ OLED display starting at 1499 Yuan



Honor 20 Lite

We know that Huawei is struggling as a result of the trade ban between the US and China. As a result of the trade ban, Huawei is also blacklisted from working with US companies. However, we know that Huawei is not alone as the company also operates a sub-brand named Honor which we have not heard from for a long time. This is not because the company’s sub-brand is struggling or something but because it is figuring out a way to deal with the ban. While Huawei can launch flagship smartphones, Honor has to work out something to remain in the market without Google services.

While we don’t think Honor has sorted that out yet, we are getting reports of a new Honor phone being announced in China. This smartphone is named as the Honor 20 Lite which is a mid-range smartphone. However, we know that the likelihood of this phone launching globally is extremely less. We say this because phones launched in China don’t need to have Google services as it is already banned there for a long time. But the users in other parts of the world excluding China love Google services and we don’t think they would be interested in buying a Google-less Android device.

Coming back to the Honor 20 Lite, we know that Huawei is amping up its game by including an OLED display on mid-range devices. On this phone, you get an FHD+ OLED panel with a 6.3-inch display. Along with that, you have an in-display fingerprint sensor and dot notch. On the back, there is a triple camera setup which has a primary, wide-angle and depth sensor. The Honor 20 Lite comes with a 4000 mAh battery, supports 20W fast charging and starts at 1499 Yuan (~US$210) for the base variant. The base variant comes with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which is enough we feel.

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