Honor 30 Series Will Be Unveiled on April 15
Chinese smartphone giant Honor has officially confirmed the arrival of its premium Honor 30 series. Both Honor 30 and the Honor 30 Pro are scheduled to launch on April 15 in China. The internet has been flooded with leaks surrounding the leaks of the company’s flagship series, however, not much has been revealed regarding the hardware.
Honor has introduced one of the variants from this series called the Honor 30s. However, the Honor 30 series’ launch teaser doesn’t hint at any of the features that we could be expecting from both smartphones.
But, since they have already been confirmed to be the next flagship offering by the brand, they are likely to integrate the octa-core Kirin 990 chipset. The Honor 30 series is likely to come with dual-mode (SA/NSA) 5G connectivity support.
The display size and resolution details are yet to be disclosed, but the presence of an-display fingerprint scanner is highly possible. The camera specifications of the Honor 30 series are also a mystery, but given the dominating trend of the quad-camera setup, the series could likely feature the same camera module as the rest of its peers.
The software will most likely be handled by the Android 10 OS-based EMUI skin, but without the Google services’ support. Besides, rumors have suggested a 22.5W fast charging supported battery. The size of the battery powering both units is yet to be revealed.
In addition to this series, the company is also launching the Honor Play 4T launch on April 9. This one is said to be a mid-range smartphone powered by the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 810 chipset. The device is tipped to ship with a triple-rear camera module packing a 48MP primary sensor combined with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, and an additional 2MP sensor for depth mapping. It is expected to use a 4,000 mAh battery with a 22.5W fast charging support.