Honor and AAPE have come together to rework the 20i smartphone in two colorful “Moon Face” logo and camouflage-adorned iterations. The Huawei subsidiary’s 20i model packs a 6.2-inch display, a 6GB RAM and a standout 32-megapixel front-facing camera, supported by a triple-deck wide angle 25-megapixel rear camera.
For the AAPE x HONOR 20i, storage capacity will be available up to 256GB and sees a full-body skin overhaul in either “Pink Jungle” or “Wild Magic Blue” liveries. AAPE’s camo print is combined with an engraved “Moon Face” logos on the rear case and a bootup screen which will display the AAPE emblem and print, altogether making for a highly limited-edition handset.
Priced at ¥2199 yuan (approx. $325 USD), the AAPE x Honor 20i is expected to release in mid-May exclusively to the Chinese market.
In other tech news, Samsung has postponed the launch of its foldable Galaxy smartphone.