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Honor 20 Pro Review

Honor's most ambitious phone yet, the 20 Pro packs quad cameras onto the rear and a 32Mp selfie camera in a tiny punch-hole in the screen. We put this top-of-the-range contender through its paces.
Should I Buy The Honor 20 Pro?
The Honor 20 Pro goes all out on cameras, and it's a great choice if you love taking selfies in particular. We don't yet know the UK price (it's 599 €), but it should undercut the Huawei P30 and OnePlus 7 Pro, making it decent value.





OnePlus 7 Pro Listed On A Store Before Launch

The world is waiting for the official launch of the much awaited OnePlus 7 Pro on May 14, 2019. While the device is yet to be launched, one of the stores has already opened the listing along with a price and its availability. The store which has revealed the price and availability is JD which is a Chinese website and even the pricing is mentioned as ¥ 9,999 which is roughly $1,450, £1,120 and AU$ 2,085.

However, the gadget enthusiasts need not to panic as the exact price conversion might not be as it is mentioned. Some of the earlier reports have not mentioned the prices to be as high as it has been listed on the Chinese website. On the other hand WinFuture has put the starting price at €699 which comes to around $785.

Talking about the competition, the Google Pixel 3a could be a competitor for the upcoming OnePlus 7 range. Apple’s iPhone 11 is expected to be launched later in 2019 while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be arriving later in the year. Whatever the case may be, the OnePlus 7 Pro is expected to be priced more than the OnePlus 6T or the standard OnePlus 7.

The OnePlus 7 Pro is also expected to be available in China from May 16, 2019. This means that the rest of the world might get the smartphone on May 16, 2019 but it is the date of the phone’s launch event in China.

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