The Honor 30 sequence of smartphones will formally launch on April 15, the Huawei sub-brand had introduced on its Weibo account final week. It is expected to draw power from Huawei's in-house Kirin 990 5G SoC. Right after that, another leak popped up, which suggested that one of the Honor 30 series devices would be powered by the Kirin 985 processor. The Honor 30 Pro will reportedly have a quad rear camera setup, including a 50-megapixel sensor. Although we know that the Honor 30 Pro boasts a 32 MP front-facing camera, it is still unclear around the placement of this camera as we don't have any live shots of the device itself.
The Honor 30 series will be fueled by a 3,900mAh battery, which will most likely have support for up to 40W fast charging. It also has 128GB and 256GB of on-board storage options and includes a microSD card slot for expansion of up to 256GB.
As far as cameras are concerned, there could a total of five cameras. The camera sensor could be the Sony IMX700, available along with a periscope lens and a dual-LED flash. EMUI is a feature-rich interface but we still miss out the Google Play Services, because of the recent ban. The details surrounding this Sony sensor are pretty scarce, but the source claims that the Sony IMX700 will be the industry's largest Sony custom sensor. As it has a pop-up camera, users get to enjoy a full-screen display when they are watching videos or playing games on the phone.
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