Honor 20 Lite has reportedly been spotted on TENAA tipping key specifications of the phone, and hinting at an imminent China launch. The company’s President Zhao Ming has also teased the arrival of the Honor 20 Lite in China soon. The TENAA listing reiterates that the phone has a triple rear camera setup, a screen fingerprint sensor, and a waterrop-style notch up front. The phone is listed to sport a 6.3-inch full-HD+ display, an octa-core processor, up to 256GB of onboard storage, and a 3,900mAh battery.
Coming to Zhao’s claims, he has taken to Huawei’s Pollen club forum to confirm that the Honor 20 Lite will launch in China soon. The executive has refrained from giving any other details at this moment. He responded to a user asking for an affordable phone with a good camera for women, to which he replied that the Honor 20 Lite will launch in China soon. This thread also hints that the Honor 20 Lite will be priced reasonably. The response was first spotted by CNMO.
To recall, the Honor 20 Lite was launched in May in Malaysia and UK, and it is now arriving in the China market soon. There is no word of its launch in India as of yet. Honor 20 Lite carries a price tag of RM 949 (roughly Rs. 15,900) in Malaysia and GBP 249 (roughly Rs. 22,500) in the UK.