Lost prototype had a grey protective case that hides the rear design and camera arrangement
Losing something really leaves a pain, and this is not the first time. Previously, Apple employee left a prototype of a new iPhone in a pub, Even Google’s Pixel 3 XL was reportedly found in a cab, this time we heard about the Honor lost prototype in Germany, had a grey protective case that hides the rear design and camera arrangement.
It is expected the lost prototype could be one of the upcoming Honor 20 series phones. Moreover, the company offers EUR 5,000 (roughly Rs. 4 lakhs) to the person who finds and returns the smartphone.
Going into detail, the company tweeted one of its employees lost a smartphone on the ICE 1125 train from Dusseldorf to Munich, Germany on April 22.
Considering the upcoming Honor 20 series phones, it is set to launch on May 21 in London. If it is a new upcoming Honor series phone then the company might be interested in getting back the phone before 21 May.
In terms of specification of the new Honour 20 series smartphone, the successor to last year’s Honor 10, is expected to sport a 6.1-inch OLED display with a waterdrop notch and run on Android 9.0 Pie.
Furthermore, it is expected to sport 32MP front-facing camera and feature a triple rear camera setup with the 48MP primary sensor, a 20MP super-wide-angle lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens. It is expected to come with a 3,650mAh battery that supports 22.5W fast charging.
While Honor 20 Pro is expected to pack a quad-camera setup at the rear with Sony IMX600 as the primary sensor. Kirin 980 flagship chipset is likely to be found on both the models.
Lastly, it is not clear the phone is actually lost in the train or just a piece of airy news spread by the Honor. After the tweet, people started accusing the company of getting involved in cheap publicity stunts ahead of the phone’s launch. However, the company claims that it’s not a publicity stunt.