The HONOR View 30 and View 30 Pro has been announced in China and will be available globally in Q1 of 2020.
The HONOR View 30 Pro is a 6.57-inch device that sports a double-punch hole notch. On that module, you’ll find a 32MP selfie shooter that’s paired with an 8MP wide-angle lens too.
At the back, we see a rectangular main camera module, something akin to what Samsung’s Galaxy S11 is rumoured to also sport. Here, you’ll get three lenses – the main is a 40MP shooter, a 12MP wide angle lens, and an 8MP telephoto camera.
Under the hood, the View 30 Pro sports the latest Kirin 990 5G chipset along with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The phone is powered with a 4,100mAh battery and the device supports up to 40W fast charging.
Meanwhile, the regular HONOR View 30 boast the same screen size, while the difference between the two can be seen in its hardware. The regular View 30 boasts a non-5G ready Kirin 990 chipset, and its camera setup sports an 8MP wide angle lens instead of a 12MP one. The View 30 also has a slightly larger 4,200mAh battery which also supports up to 40W fast charging.
Both devices will run on Android 10 and will ship with Huawei Mobile Services instead of Google.
The HONOR View 30 is priced from CNY3,299 (RM1,960) while the HONOR View 30 Pro is priced from CNY 3,899 (RM2,315).