Hisense H20 comes with a full-screen 19 design: 9, and from the TENAA list we know it's an 5,84-inch screen. The design of the display includes an incision in the upper part, and the sides at the sides are minimal. The lower frame on the chin is also reduced. As for the appearance, the design looks smooth, despite the fact that the cutout is not too wide.
The rear design includes an installation with two cameras, located vertically in the upper left corner. The camera pixels were not detected, but from TENAA we can capture that it is a combination of 12MP + 5MP, while on board is the 20-megapixel echo sounder. Both cameras support AI. The back panel also has a rear fingerprint sensor. The reverse design also looks smooth.
The Hisense H20 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset paired with 6 GB of RAM. The device is also equipped with 128 GB of internal memory. It is possible that there will be other memory options. The device works on Android 8.1 Oreo, which probably will have its own skin on top. The phone also has a built-in AI system. Pricing and availability are not yet disclosed, but 26 June will become official.