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Honor 20 review: Not perfect but a good enough device

Huawei, along with its sub brand Honor, has been quite aggressive in the Indian market for the last couple of years. However, the future of its smartphones appeared uncertain after US President Donald Trump restricted US based companies to sell technologies to Huawei, but the Trump administration has already lifted the ban. All Huawei and Honor products continue accessing Google services and software updates. Here is our review of the recently launched Honor 20:

Honor has a knack for designing good looking smartphones. It was among the first few companies to experiment with the

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