Honor, an independent sub-brand from Huawei, is due to present next Wednesday (15) its new family of smartphones Honor 30. With just over a week to go, the most powerful variant of the line appeared in China’s certification bodies. , delivering some of its characteristics.
The documents sent to TENAA indicate that the Honor 30 Pro will have a total of five cameras, one for selfies (32 MP). The main rear sensor will be 50 MP – and that’s all we know so far. According to previous rumors, they will be accompanied by a telephoto lens, an ultra-wide and a depth sensor as a whole.
Check out the other specifications taken from the certification:
Operating system: Magic UI 3.1 (Android 10)
Screen: 6.57 “OLED with FHD + resolution (2340 × 2340 pixels)
Processor: Kirin 990 5G
RAM: 8 GB or 12 GB
Internal storage: 128 GB or 256 GB (expandable by an additional 256 GB)
Battery: 4,000 mAh (with 40W recharge)
Measures: 16×7.36×0.86 cm
Weight: 190 g maximum
According to the Huawei Central website, it is possible that the model has regional variants that slightly change the numbers listed above. Altogether, there will be three devices – probably the Honor 30 and two versions of the Honor 30 Pro. For now, there is no evidence of a Lite version, as happened with the Honor 20 line.
Stay tuned to TecMundo on April 15th to learn all about the Honor 30 family of smartphones.