Huawei sub-brand-Honor has officially unveiled its new flagship lineup. The Honor 30 flagship is accompanied by the 30 Pro and the 30 Pro+, which is the company’s biggest phone right now.
The Honor 30 Pro
The phone is built around a curved 6.57-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution. At the top left of the screen is a pill-shaped hole housing the dual selfie camera (a 32MP main lens and an 8MP ultrawide lens).
The triple camera module at the back of the Honor 30 Pro is headlined by a 40MP Sony IMX600 sensor with an RYYB colour filter. The other two cameras are a 16MP ultrawide angle lens and an 8MP periscope lens.
Powering the Honor phone is the latest Kirin 990 5G chipset which is married with either an 8GB or 12GB of RAM. The storage options are 128GB and 256GB. The Honor 30 Pro runs on Magic UI 3.1.0 skin, which is based on the latest Android 10 OS. Inside the phone, you’ll find a 4,000 mAh battery with 40W wired fast charging support.
Pre-order for the Honor 30 Pro starts today with official sales to begin on April 21. It will be available in Green, Black, Silver and Purple body colours. The 8/128GB base model starts at $565 while the 8/256GB model starts at $620.
The Honor 30
Among the trio, the Honor 30 is the smallest in terms of specs and features, which is as expected. The toned-down specs and features result in a lower price tag.
The OLED display size measures 6.53-inch which is slightly smaller compared to the Pro version. Instead of two selfie cameras, we get just one. A 32MP selfie camera which is also housed in the display.
The Honor 30 manages to retain the 40MP main lens and 8MP periscope lens as on the Pro variant. But its third camera is a reduced 8MP ultrawide angle shooter. Under the hood is the Kirin 985 5G chipset built on 7nm process. Software and Battery are the same as on the Honor 30 Pro.
The phone will be available in three memory configurations; 6/128GB($425), 8/128GB ($450) and 8/256GB ($495). Official sales start on April 21 with pre-orders already underway.