Honor has confirmed that the Honor 30 series will feature all three of HiSilicon’s 5G-enabled chipsets. This means that the series will officially launch with the flagship Kirin 990 5G, the yet-to-be-announced Kirin 985, and the Kirin 820. The Kirin 820 is a mid-range chip.
Already, the Honor 30S is official with the Kirin 820 chip. This means that we will see the other two chipsets in the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro. The devices appeared on TENAA a couple of days ago.
We know that the Honor 30 will sport a 40MP camera while the Pro version will take it up a notch with a 50MP Sony IMX700 sensor. The 30 Pro will also include a periscope telephoto camera. Also, the Honor 30 will use the Kirin 985 chip with the Honor 30 Pro using the Kirin 990. It is of note that both chipsets have similar CPU configurations but the 985 has a lower clock speed.
Asides from the internal specifications, the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro will both sport a 6.57″ 1080p+ AMOLED display. We will also get a 3,900mAh battery in the devices.
Honor’s President already shared official images of the Honor 30 Pro ahead of its April 15 launch.