Honor 20 series to launch on May 21, company teases impressive low-light photography

first_imgHonor 20 series to launch on May 21, company teases impressive low-light photographyHonor is sending out invites for the launch of the Honor 20 series in London on May 21. The series is expected to see the launch of the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro flagships with Kirin 980 chipset.advertisement Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiApril 15, 2019UPDATED: April 16, 2019 11:59 IST HIGHLIGHTSThe Honor 20 series will launch on May 21 in London.The Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro are expected with flagship hardware.Honor could also launch the Honor 20 Lite with Kirin 710 chipset.Huawei sub-brand Honor is all set to launch the Honor 20 series and the announcement will take place on May 21 in London. The company has posted invites on its social media accounts and the official Honor website confirming the name of the series while also teasing impressive low-light photography. The Honor 20-series will likely see the launch of the Honor 20 that will succeed last year’s Honor 10, and perhaps a Pro device that could follow the footsteps of the Huawei P30 Pro.It seems Honor is planning to launch more than one flagship in the upcoming Honor 20-series. The company expected to announce the Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro that are expected to come with Huawei’s flagship Kirin 980 chipset. Additionally, the company is also tipped to launch the Honor 20i/Honor 20 Lite, Honor 20A, Honor 20C and Honor 20X in the series, but these announcements may take place over the next few months.The Honor 20 will be a direct successor to last year’s Honor 10. Apart from an updated Kirin 980 chipset, the Honor 20 could tout a new display with either a waterdrop notch or a hole-punch like the Honor View 20 (Review). A triple camera setup is also expected that could include a 48MP primary camera. The Honor 20 is also tipped to come with a 32MP selfie camera, Android Pie and 3,650mAh battery.The Honor 20 Pro as the name suggests will likely offer a bigger display and possibly additional cameras compared to the Honor 20. If the phone is indeed being modeled after the Huawei P30 Pro, you can expect a quad camera setup with a Periscope zoom lens for 5x optical zoom. As of now there is nothing concrete on the Honor 20 Pro.advertisementHonor is teasing impressive low-light photography, which seems to suggests the Honor 20 will get a similar SuperSpectrum sensor as the Huawei P30 Pro. The sensor allows for 40 per cent more light, leading to some stellar low-light photography on the P30 Pro.Meanwhile, the Honor 20i has already gone official in China and is the first phone in the Honor 20-series. The Honor 20i may launch globally as the Honor 20 Lite. The phone comes with a 6.21-inch display and is powered by a Kirin 710 chipset paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Honor 20i sports a triple camera setup with a 24MP primary camera. It is offered in red and blue gradient colours as well as a plain black colour.ALSO READ | Honor View 20 review: The flagship Honor is a hole lot of funGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow HonorFollow Honor 20Follow Honor 20 Prolast_img read more

Haitian Government UN and partners launch twoyear plan aimed at saving lives

“With more than 98 per cent of Haitians exposed to two or more types of disasters, and over half of its population living in poverty, Hurricane Matthew has once more demonstrated Haiti’s weakened ability to cope, recover and adapt to shocks from natural disasters,” noted Mourad Wahba, the Humanitarian Coordinator for Haiti, in the plan’s foreword. The two-year Haiti Humanitarian Response Plan. launched yesterday, is built on lessons learnt that the island that the transition from a relief-focused type of operation – like one that follows a disaster like an the earthquake – to a longer-term development approach in fragile countries should be seen as a convergence process rather than sequential since the humanitarian and development needs occur simultaneously. According to estimates undertaken by the Humanitarian Country Team, some 2.7 million Haitians will require humanitarian, protection or early recovery assistance in 2017, of which 2.4 million will be targeted countrywide. The October hurricane severely exasperated pre-existing humanitarian, socio-economic and environmental vulnerabilities and disparities. Under the plan, humanitarian interventions with a focus on improving access to lifesaving services to those affected by Hurricane Matthew, cholera, and other diseases, as well as on protecting the most vulnerable will be scaled up. At the same time, actions to promote resilience and access to durable solutions will be implemented, targeting those displaced due to the 2010 earthquake, Hurricane Matthew, as well as those repatriated or voluntarily returned from neighbouring Dominican Republic. Also, the Humanitarian Country Team will continue to support Government-led efforts to strengthen disaster preparedness and response at the national and decentralized levels. The specific objectives include:Strengthening affected population’s resilience through timely life-saving assistance, improved access to basic services and immediate livelihood restoration;Ensuring a rapid and effective response to cholera outbreaks and other waterborne diseases;Ensuring protection and promotion of the achievement of durable solutions for persons coming back from the Dominican Republic, those displaced still living in camps and people affected by Hurricane Matthew; and Strengthening the humanitarian-development nexus and supporting local emergency preparedness and response capacity. read more