Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

It’s a big day for Honor today as the Huawei subsidiary introduced us to its 30 range – the flagship Pro+ is joined by the vanilla Honor 30 and 30 Pro. The vanilla Pro shares most of the features of its big brother while the Honor 30 brings an all-new Kirin 985 5G chipset and toned down specs across the board at a much lower price.

Honor 30 Pro

Starting with the Pro model, we get a 6.57-inch curved OLED display with FHD+ resolution and a punch-hole cutout for the dual front cameras. The primary shooter is 32MP while the secondary is an 8MP ultrawide unit. The screen also has an in-display fingerprint scanner and a high aspect ratio of 20:9.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

Going around the frosted glass back, we spot the triple camera array, which is headlined by a 40MP Sony IMX600 main camera with a large 1/1.7-inch sensor and RYYB color filter. There’s also an 8MP periscope module with OIS capable of 5x hybrid optical zoom up to 50x alongside a 16MP ultrawide module which also serves for macro photography.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

Under the hood we find the flagship Kirin 990 5G chipset paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage.

Inside there is a 4000mAh battery with support for 40W wired fast charging. The software front is covered by Magic UI 3.1.0 based on Android 10.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

The Honor 30 Pro will be available in purple, black, silver and green with pre-orders starting today. Official sales are scheduled to begin on April 21. The 8/128 GB version will cost CNY 3,999 ($565) while the 8/256 GB variant will cost buyers CNY 4,399 ($620).

Honor 30

The vanilla Honor 30 sports a 6.53-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and a single punch-hole cutout in the top left corner for the 32 MP selfie camera. The panel sports a 20:9 aspect ratio and also comes with an under-screen fingerprint scanner.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

Going around the back we find a 40MP 1/1.7-inch main camera with the RYYB color filter like the Honor 30 Pro. Accompanying sensors are the same 8MP periscope module from the 30 Pro and an 8MP ultrawide shooter.

The most notable aspect of the Honor 30, however, is its new Kirin 985 5G chipset. It is built on the 7nm node and includes a main Cortex-A76 core clocked at 2.58 GHz with three accompanying Cortex-A76s running at 2.40 GHz and four Cortex-A55s running at 1.84 GHz. On the GPU side, we have the Mali-G77 and the new chipset also features Kirin ISP 5.0, which is said to bring flagship-level camera performance and advanced noise reduction.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

The Honor 30 has the same 4,000mAh cell with 40W fast wired charging. The software front is covered by Magic UI 3.1.0 based on Android 10.

The Honor 30 will be available in black, purple, silver and green colors. The base price of the 6/128 GB model is CNY 2,999 ($425). There’s also an 8/128GB variant for CNY3,199 ($450) and a premium 8/256GB version for CNY3,499 ($495). Pre-orders are already underway while official sales begin on April 21.

Honor 30 and 30 Pro come with OLED displays and periscope cameras

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