Not only the “standard” version (click here to learn more): Honor 30 Pro and 30 Pro + complete the new series introduced yesterday by a Chinese manufacturer. We say, as you can easily guess, about the top of the assortment, characterized by excellent camera – which can withstand comparison with similar models of Huawei P40 – and gives the most advanced features. The differences between the two models are few, but important, let’s find out.
On both Cascading display and 6.57 “OLED in Full HD + and with an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9; there is a built-in fingerprint sensor, an “enlarged” hole for accommodating two front cameras (32 and 8 megapixels) and, in the case of 30 Pro +, a refresh rate of 90 Hz. SoC is also common or Kirin 990 (with 5G support), which we have already seen on board the Huawei P40. The processor will be supported by 8 GB of RAM (there is also a 12 GB option for Pro 30+) and 128/256 GB of internal memory.
The rear camera has a fairly similar configuration, but changes the main sensor. on the Honor 30 Pro – 40-megapixel Sony IMX600 (RYYB), and with the “big brother” we find Sony IMX700 50 MP (RYYB). General: 16-megapixel ultra-wide, 8-megapixel telephoto (5x optical zoom and 10x hybrid) and 3D ToF.
There is no shortage of connection front, while 4000 mAh battery on both models with fast charging 40 W; The 30 Pro + also boasts 27 watts of wireless charging.
Honor 30 Pro and 30 Pro + will be available in China from April 21 in white, black, green (30 Pro), silver and purple (30 Pro +). Here are the prices: the Honor 30 Pro will cost 3999 and 4399 yuan (520 and 570 euros according to the current exchange rate) in 8 + 128 and 8 + 256 GB configurations, while at 30 Pro + it rises to 4999 and 5499 yuan (650 and 710 Euro) for options 8 + 256 and 12 + 256 GB.