Honor View20 Community Reviews
The Honor View20 was launched at the beginning of 2019 as one of the first major flagship phones of the year. People around the world have had the chance to experience the super fast Kirin 970 chipset, the worlds first 48MP AI Camera, the unique design and many of the other great features of this phone. Whith many users having their Honor View20 for a few months not, these are some of the reviews from around the web.
“I’ve used a OnePlus 5T for the past year, I’ve just received my View 20, so I took some random shots whilst out walking the dog… The low-light capture of this device is incredible… In twilight you’ll get very crisp pictures with fine detail and colours. In darker places, you may experience so a little noise, but in comparison to any other phone I’ve had over the past 10 years, this has an incredible camera.”
“It’s a beast in charging. Charges the device very fast, even faster than dash charger. Thumbs up for charging.”
“It looks and feels much better than how it looks on YouTube videos. I was expecting big borders and a thick, heavy phone. But its complete opposite of that.”
“I watch movies on Netflix and Amazon Prime with no issues. I also edited my last YouTube video on the View20, again with no issues as screen was excellent to see everything.”
“Speaker volume is quite louder than other devices which I have used till now. Sound quality is also reasonable.”
“Amazing photos from View20, big improvement over the Honor 10! ”
“The phone looks stunning, most beautiful phone I’ve ever seen. ”
See what others are saying about the Honor View20 in the XDA forums.Honor View20 Forums
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