We now know the Honor 20 Pro will be announced on May 21, after the Chinese firm shared an image of the handset. We knew the Honor 20 range was landing then, but this is the first time we’ve seen confirmation of the Honor 20 Pro specifically.
The teaser sees the phone sitting on a box, which clearly has “Honor 20 Pro” written on the side, confirming that this is a handset we will see later this month.
While we can’t see the whole of the Honor 20 Pro in the image, there is one telling clue to a key feature in the top left of the display. It’s not immediately clear, but there appears to be a front-facing camera located here.
We upped the brightness on the image, and this gave us a much clearer picture of where the camera sits as you can see below, with the screen appearing to wrap all the way around it – in the same style as the punch-hole camera on the Honor View 20 which launched earlier this year.
The Honor 20 Pro is sure to land alongside a standard Honor 20, and we already know a special Honor 20 Moschino edition is in the works too.
Exactly what specs the phones will feature is not yet known, but rumors suggest the Pro model might have a 6.1-inch OLED screen, a high-end Kirin 980 chipset (the same as you’ll find in the Huawei P30), up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage.
Those would make for high-end specs, but as an Honor phone this is likely to undercut most flagships. We’ll know for sure soon.