Huawei's sub-brand, Honor, has just launched the new Honor 20E. The smartphone is nothing more than a rebranding of the Honor 20 Lite previously launched in China (also known as Honor 10i in some markets) with the only hidden difference in the photographic sector.
Honor 20E official in Italy, on offer at 149 €
Unlike the Honor 20 Lite, the Honor 20E now available in Italy, adopts a front camera for selfies from 8MP instead of 32MP. We therefore have a decrease in resolution compared to the Chinese version.
The other specifications remain unchanged, in fact we find a 6,21 diagonal IPS display, with FHD + resolution, an aspect ratio of 19,5: 9 and a drop-shaped notch for the selfie cam. On the back, there is a module with three cameras. These include a 24MP main camera, coupled with an 8MP ultra-wide secondary camera and a 2MP depth sensor. Also on the back cover we also find a fingerprint sensor.
From a performance point of view, the Honor 20E equips a Huawei Kirin 710F as a processor, combined with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of memory (expandable via the microSD slot). Finally, we find a 3.400mAh battery with 10W charging support and EMUI 9.1 as an operating system based on Android 9.0.