The Honor 20 Pro finally makes its way to the UK with a healthy £549 price tag
For a while, Huawei's troubles with the US left the fate of its smartphones in limbo. The most affected devices were the Honor 20 phones as they were launched right around when the ban landed. As a result, there were doubts as to whether Huawei would even put the devices on sale. Thankfully, that situation looks to have been mostly resolved, and over a month after the regular Honor 20 hit the UK, the Honor 20 Pro will now join it.
The Honor 20 Pro will go on sale in the UK on August 1. That's today, for those without access to a calendar. It will come with a £549 price tag, making it £150 more expensive than the Honor 20. That premium brings a slightly bigger battery, better cameras, and more RAM and storage.
At £549, the Honor 20 Pro competes against the OnePlus 7 with the exact same 8/256 GB setup, and it does well. It has a way more impressive camera setup and a slightly bigger battery. On the flip side, the OnePlus 7 has an AMOLED display and stereo speakers. It's anyone's pick, really.
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