Honor has recently become completely independent from Huawei, but the Chinese company wastes no time when it comes to filling its portfolio. After introducing us to the Honor 50 and Honor Play and announcing the complete list of its phones that Huawei will update, the manufacturer has presented the new Honor X20 SE.
The phone heads to the mid-range with 5G and other features to compete head-to-head with Realme or Xiaomi. It has a 6.6-inch FullHD + IPS LCD screen in which we find the 16 MP front camera that appears right in the center, inside a perforation. The fingerprint sensor is on the right side and has a classic headphone jack.
For power, it has a MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor that includes a 5G modem. This processor is accompanied by two versions of memories: one with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage and another with 8 GB and 128 GB. There is no microSD card to expand the memory and the phone operates with Android 11 under Magic UI, the manufacturer’s customization layer in version 4.0. Its battery is 4,000 mAh with a fast charge of 22.5 W.
In the photographic section, it integrates a triple camera with a 64 MP f / 1.9 sensor and two macro and ToF sensors with 2 MP each. At the moment the phone has gone on sale in China where it can be purchased for 1,799 yuan (about 235 euros at the change) in its 6 GB version and for 1,999 yuan (about 260 euros at the change) in its 8 GB and 128 version. GB. There is nothing confirmed yet, but it is very possible that the terminal will end up reaching the European market soon.