Chinese phone maker Honor just announced the new Honor 20i AAPE Special Edition. The smartphone created in collaboration with the brand AAPE will go on sale in China today at the price of 1799 Yuan, around $255 at the current exchange rates.
HONOR 20I AAPE SPECIAL EDITION NOW ON SALE
The Honor 20i will be available in two variants: Camouflage Jungle Wild Pink and Mirage Blue. Meanwhile the rest of the hardware remains unchanged.
The handset does indeed pack a 6.21-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 * 1080 and a screen ratio of 90%. Plus it features TUV Rheinland eye protection certification.
Other specs on the Honor 20i include a mid-ranger Kirin 710 processor, with support for GPU Turbo 2.0, to continuously output smooth high frame rates in games.
Photography wise, the smartphone sports a 24MP main rear camera paired with an 8MP ultra wide angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor; for a total of three cameras. Meanwhile at the front we find a single 32MP AI selfie snapper. On the software side, the device features handheld super night scene mode, AI intelligent image stabilization, super slow motion video and it can intelligently identify 22 independent scenes and more than 500 scene combinations.
Additionally, the Honor 20i supports AI calorie recognition, AI smart communication (high-speed rail mode, elevator mode), AI accompanying translation, AI smart identification, AI sweeping and other features.
Finally, the smartphone packs a 3400mAh capacity battery which sadly charged through a microUSB interface. It supports dual-card dual-standby dual 4G networks and it does have face unlock and a fingerprint scanner.
So, the Honor 20i launched back in April is now back in two new color variants. A curious move by Honor in a quickly changing industry. Would you guys get one? Let us know down below!