Most of the phones Honor has announced this year are 5G phones. However, in markets outside China, it has announced a couple of 4G phones. Back in April, it announced the Honor 9S, Honor 9A, and the Honor 9C trio in Russia which are all 4G phones. A TENAA listing has now revealed that there is a new 4G phone in the pipeline. The phone is listed as the Honor ASK-AL20 and it shares a lot of its specs with the Honor 9C.
The Honor ASK-AL20 is a 4G phone with a 6.39-inch IPS LCD display with a 1560 x 720 resolution. It is powered by a 2.0GHz processor that is paired with 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of expandable storage.
Honor has put three rear cameras on the back of the device. The primary sensor is a 48MP sensor and it is paired with an 8MP ultrawide angle camera and a 2MP sensor which should be a depth sensor. The phone has another 8MP camera in front for selfies.
There is a 3900mAh battery inside the phone but there is no mention of support for fast charging. It will ship with Android 10 out of the box and be available in Aurora Blue, Charm Red, Magic Night Black, and Iceland White.
Images attached to the listing by TENAA show the phone has its cameras arranged vertically and in the same housing. There is no fingerprint scanner but it should have support for face unlock.
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