Honor 20 Lite (Youth Edition) arrives with Kirin 710F SoC and triple cameras

22 October 2019
It sports a 6.3" FHD+ AMOLED display and packs a 4,000 mAh battery with 20W fast charging.

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  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2019I've seen quite a few products from China being branded as the "... moreIt means "crappy, mediocre POS". But not sure how it is supposed to be attractive to youths. "Seniors edition" would be more appropriate.

  • Tae moto

Overprice.

  • Anonymous

the boy come free with the phone

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2019I've seen quite a few products from China being branded as the "... moreIt simply means that the device is meant to appeal younger audiences more than older ones.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2019I've seen quite a few products from China being branded as the "... moreXiaomi CC9 / Mi 9 Lite Clone

  • Vishal

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2019Another day, another Huawei phone. Its getting boring like serio... moreSimple. Just buzz off from tech sites and you would nit be bothered by them

  • Anonymous

Another day, another Huawei phone. Its getting boring like seriously wth?

Finally, Honor is putting OLED displays into their midrangers...and it's FHD too (unlike the Mi A3). What I don't like is they're putting a display in 20:9 aspect ratio which is too long.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 22 Oct 2019I've seen quite a few products from China being branded as the "... moreProbably for the younger that can't afford full-spec'd flagships.. otherwise no clue here either.

  • Anonymous

I've seen quite a few products from China being branded as the "Youth Edition," and I have no idea what it means. Is it something that makes sense in Chinese culture but doesn't translate well?