Honor View 20 vs. Huawei Nova 4 Australia – which One You Should Buy?

Honor View 20 Vs Huawei Nova 4 australia comparison

The battle between smartphone brands is getting hype more and more day by day as every manufacturer wants to grab the attention of the audience all over the world with their innovative, latest, greatest and coolest smartphones. Samsung did their best and launched a plethora of smartphones back in 2018 whereas Huawei didn’t give up and tried to compete at their best. Well, it’s not going to be ended in the future as well.

Talking about brand “Huawei”, we got our hands on Huawei Nova 4 in Australia and a smartphone with almost an identical design from its subsidiary brand “Honor” named Honor View 20 in Australia. Both devices are sporting (as you already know) a small hole (out front) on the top left a corner of the handset to boast the front-facing camera – entirely bezel-less design with a small chin. The rear differs – though as Nova 4 is being loaded with tri-camera configuration – positioned vertically while Honor View 20 comprises triple camera setup – placed horizontally.

Today, we have come up to help you decide either you should get your hands on View 20 or Nova 4. Just keep going through our Honor View 20 vs. Huawei Nova 4 Comparison as well as their release date, price, and specifications.

Honor View 20 vs. Huawei Nova 4 Specs Comparison

We have compiled a list of Honor View 20 vs. Huawei Nova 4 Specification to give an idea what do both devices bring along. So, let’s have a look below!

  Honor View 20 Huawei Nova 4
Dimensions 156.9 x 75.4 x 8.1 mm 157 x 75.1 x 7.8 mm
Weight 180 grams 172 grams
Display Size 6.4-inches IPS LCD 6.4-inches IPS LCD
Display Resolution 1080 x 2310 Pixels (398 PPI) 1080 x 2310 Pixels (398 PPI)
Display Protection Yes N/A
Operating System Android 9.0 Pie Magic UI 2 Android Pie 9.0
Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 980 HiSilicon Kirin 970
GPU Mali-G76 MP10 Mali-G72 MP12
ROM 128GB/256GB 128GB (upgradable)
Front Camera 25MP 25MP
Rear Camera 48MP + TOF 48MP + 16MP + 2MP
Bluetooth 5.0 4.2
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Sensors Fingerprint (rear-mounted, Accelerometer, Gyro, Compass and Proximity Fingerprint (rear-mounted), Accelerometer, Compass and Proximity
Battery 4000mAh 3750mAh
Colors Sea Blue, Phantom Blue, Red, Magic Night Black Aurora Black, Red, White and Black

Briefly Described Honor View 20

The View 20 comprises a 6.4-inches LCD screen – overall shape is quite identical to those of previously released open-screen smartphones. Well, a camera part isn’t really abrupt and within an acceptable range. The View 20’s off-screen camera uses a “Blind Hole” scheme – instead of hollowing out an LCD screen.  It transmits light to an upper left corner which means you can touch it with your hands. The camera department is silky and smooth without a sense of aliasing.

The flash and rear lenses are carefully designed as horizontal exclamation marks. The main camera is a separate whereas TOF camera alongside flash is designed together.

The handset comes loaded with HiSilicon Kirin 980 Chipset – supports GPU Turbo 2.0 Technology and is backed by a whopping 8GB of RAM. Do you still need to know more about how smoothly will it work? Perhaps no, as Huawei’s 980 Chipset with an 8GB of RAM can let you work on multiple apps and play graphics enriched games without a sign of lag.

The front side is covered by a solid 25MP Sony IMX576 camera with an aperture of f/2.0 – combined with an AI algorithm and multi-frame synthesis technology for face unlocking. Outback, you will see a 48MP sensor which uses the camera module of Sony IMX586. It’s being supported by AI Algorithm, real-time scene recognition and beautification can be carried out with ease. The TOF sensor – however, is responsible for recording the depth information.

In terms of endurance, it’s powered by 4000mAh battery and supports 4.5v 5A fast charging. Thus one can restore juice back up to 55% in half an hour, 82% in 50 minutes and full in 107 minutes.

Briefly Described Huawei Nova 4

The Nova 4 comes with an impressive 6.4-inches screen with a maximum resolution of 1080 x 2310 pixels. It adopts the innovative on-screen cut-out technology which makes the screen-to-body ratio of 86%. This amazing feature is the pioneering hole-punch solution – equipped with a small front camera on the top left corner.

According to Huawei, that hole-pinch screen of Huawei Nova 4 can be compatible with so many popular apps, and it will not bring you any obtrusive sense at all.

Aside from the innovative hole-punch screen, Huawei Nova 4 is bearing a quality-oriented 25MP front camera which can easily create gorgeous post level selfies. Besides, it’s being supported by AI micro truing beauty which can recognize 7 different kinds of face models intelligently and naturally correct different facial contours.

Furthermore, the high-end vision of Nova 4 is backed by the latest Sony IMX586 processor which supports 48MP with 6000 x 8000 resolutions. The 3 rear camera MPs are 48MP + 16MP + 2MP with an aperture of f/1.8 + f/2.2 + f/2.4 respectively. 

Other Huawei Nova 4 Specifications are no worse as compared to the mainstream flagship smartphones around. The handset sports HiSilicon Kirin 970 Chipset – partnered with a hefty 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard memory which can support many apps running simultaneously. Interestingly, it’s also equipped with new and upgraded GPU Turbo Technology.

Release Date

The official Honor View 20 Release Date in Australia is most likely to be January 22nd, 2019. However, it has already been released in China and nearest regions and audience across China can get their hands on one with immediate effects.

In terms of Huawei Nova 4 Release Date in Australia, it’s all set to arrive on shelves all over the country after the 12th of February 2019. It will be available in 4 different colors to choose from – Aurora Blue, Red, White and Black.


What about Honor View 20 Price in Australia? Well, there is no confirmed news there – but, it’s most likely to set users back as much as last year’s Honor View 10 which launched for AU$800. It won’t be wrong to expect a little hike in terms of price due to the innovative design. Talking about Huawei Nova 4 Price in Australia, it’s not yet known but putting an educated guess wouldn’t be wrong. The handset is expected to cost around AU$699-750. Again! It’s not final as the official price in Australia is yet to be revealed. In comparison, it sounds cheap than Honor View 20 but it’s better to wait for their official availability.

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