- Previously Honor had introduced Honor View 30 Pro 5G and Honor 9X Pro
- The latest chipset from Huawei will compete against the likes of Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G chipset and MediaTek Dimensity series.
As per a report by a leading daily, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is working on a new Honor 30 series. The Honor 30S 3C certification reveals that the smartphone will come with a 5G chipset. The report also said that the Honor 30S will be powered by the latest Kirin 820 chipset.
It is basically a 5G chipset for mid-range smartphones. The latest chipset from Huawei will compete against the likes of Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G chipset and MediaTek Dimensity series.
The key specifications and features of the upcoming Honor 30S smartphone has been leaked online. Furthermore, the new Honor 30S will come with a 40W fast charging support. The report has also revealed that the phone will come with a quad-camera setup at the back panel along with a LED flash. The phone might come with a gradient finish. On close inspection, it is clear that the Honor 30S will feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the left hand along with volume controls.
Previously, Honor introduced Honor View 30 Pro 5G and Honor 9X Pro for the global markets. The Honor 9X Pro comes in Midnight Black and Phantom Purple colours.
It is priced at 249 Euros (Rs 19,490 approx.) and will be available in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Egypt, KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) and Malaysia from March 2020. The Honor View 30 Pro pricing has not been announced. It comes in Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, Icelandic Frost and Sunrise Orange colours. It will be available in March 2020 starting from Russia.