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Introducing the Honor 30 & Honor 30 Pro

Honor actually launched three new handsets today from the 30 range, the Pro+, the Pro and the standard Honor 30.
The Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro feature the new Kirin 985 5G Chipset
Honor 30 & Honor 30 New releases

The Honor 30 phoens feature new Kirin 985 5G chipset which is good news for fans of 5G handsets, and overall these seem to be impressive phones that are going to fly off the shelves. So, let’s have a closer look.

Honor 30 Pro 

As soon as you see the word Pro you know you’re going to be looking at a larger screen and this feature is a 6.57-inch OLED display which also has FHD+ resolution. The front is gently curved and the only break in the infinity screen is the control cutout which has two front facing camera lenses. You get a 32-megapixel main lens and an eight megapixel back up lens. It certainly looks sleek, comes with a 20:9 aspect ratio, and a fingerprint scanner underneath the screen. 

Speaking of what’s inside, as mentioned there is the killer in 990 5G chipset, and the handset comes in two sizes either the 128 GB storage with 8GB of RAM or the 256 GB storage with 12 GB of RAM. The Battery is a good 4000 mAh size and has 40 W cable fast charging. It features a Magic UI 3.1.0 skin which has been developed based on Android 10

As soon as you get round to the back side of the phone you will notice there are three lenses making up the rear camera right, and Honor boasts a 14 megapixel Sony IMX 600 main lens which not only offers a stunning 1/1.7 inch sensor, but also has a RYYB colour filter. There is a 16-megapixel ultrawide lens which is where your macro photography skills can be showcased and finally an eight-megapixel periscope with a OIS capable of five times optical zoom and 50 times hybrid zoom.

Honor 30

This handset brings the lower spec in the range, but still features a 6.53-inch screen and again the FHD+ resolution. This time we just have a single punch hole camera in the front corner which hides the 32-megapixel selfie camera and this model does not feature the curved edge screen. Of course, this is reflected in the price and this is the cheapest in the range and has a 20:9 aspect ratio and also the under-screen fingerprint scanner just like it’s Big Brother.

Similarities do not end there, as the back camera set up is almost the same there is still the triple lens set up but this time the final camera is an eight-megapixel ultrawide lens instead of the 16-megapixel sitting on the Pro. The battery and charging capabilities are the same, and the software is also identical. Meaning that either of these handsets are going to be a really good bet.