“The Honor 30 and 30 Pro are expected to be flagship offerings with Kirin 990 chipset and 5G connectivity.”
Honor recently launched its mid-range Honor 30S smartphone in its home market China. The vendor is now gearing up to launch the flagship Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro at its event in the country next month. The handsets will be unveiled on April 15th as a successor to last year’s Honor 20 series. The teaser of the Honor 30 series confirms that it’ll be a flagship offering, thereby, we can expect Kirin 990 SoC ticking at its core. Furthermore, the company’s official handle from which the post was shared appears to be using the Honor 30 Pro 5G smartphone. This confirms that the handsets will have the latest 5G cellular connectivity.
That being said, the vanilla Honor 30 has allegedly been spotted on the Chinese certification website 3C. The handset popped up on the listing with model number Huawei TEL-AN00 3C. It also revealed that Honor 30 could feature support for up to 22.5W fast charging (10VDC, 2.25A).
Honor 30 series specifications
The specifications of Honor 30 series remain vague at the moment; however, it’s expected to rock the flagship Kirin 990 SoC under the hood. Since the Google support for Huawei stand cancel, the handsets are likely to boot open-source Android 10-based EMUI 10 out of the box and lack Google app support. Other common features such as quad-rear camera setup, a high-resolution rear camera, high refresh rate display, punch-hole front camera, high wattage fast charging and in-display fingerprint sensor are also expected to be a part of the flagship smartphone lineup. That’s all we know so far! Stick around for more updates.