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Honor 20 Pro Leaked Press Render Shows Smooth Full-Screen Design and Quad-Camera Setup

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We reported last week that Huawei is now the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer, sitting right behind Samsung. This means that Huawei is getting closer to achieving its goal of becoming the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer and that Samsung needs to up its game if it doesn’t want to be dethroned.

Nonetheless, the way in which Huawei has managed to surpass the likes of Apple is by constantly releasing new smartphones that deliver amazing performances, sleek designs and more importantly, affordable prices.

The next smartphones that Huawei is planning to launch are Honor 20 Pro and Honor 20 Pro. The two smartphones are scheduled to launch during a special event that will take place in London on May 21st. The reason why Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro are making headlines today is because a new press render leak shows us the promotional material that Huawei will use for Honor 20 Pro.

Leaked Press Render

As we can clearly see in the leaked press featured in the image above, Honor 20 Pro will ship with a sleek looking full-screen design. The interesting thing about this design is that Honor 20 Pro’s selfie camera is not shown in a top-notch This leads us to believe that Honor 20 Pro will feature a slider from where the selfie shooter is going to pop out.

Quad Camera Setup

In addition, Honor 20 Pro is going to be a camera-centric smartphone and therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the smartphone has been equipped with a quad camera-setup on the rear side

Not just that, but the leaked press render for Honor 20 Pro also shows us a high-quality picture that has been taken with the smartphone and from the looks of it, Honor 20 Pro’s camera is definitely amazing.

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