Honor’s new flagship trio debuted today with the vanilla 30 and 30 Pro being joined by the de facto new company flagship – Honor 30 Pro+. The phone has a 50 MP camera, supported by a big 1/1.28” IMX700 sensor by Sony.
Other specs that make the phone stand out from its siblings is the 90Hz 6.57” AMOLED panel with 180Hz touch sampling rate, UD fingerprint scanner, and curved sides – a first in the Honor lineup.
In addition to the monstrous main sensor, the Honor 30 Pro+ packs an 8MP periscope telephoto shooter with 5x optical zoom and up to 50x hybrid zoom.
There is also a 16MP ultrawide cam with a 17mm equivalent lens that doubles as a macro camera, similar to the solution, implemented in the Honor V30 Pro.
The camera of the Pro+ also supports AI RAW photos – during a long exposure, it captures multiple RAW shots and then blends them into one RAW image for further editing.
Video shooting is another area where the Honor 30 Pro+ trumps its siblings as it can capture 4K videos at 60 fps.
In the punch hole on the front we get a 32MP main selfie camera and an 8MP ultrawide unit.
The Honor 30 Pro+ shares the same chipset and body with its non-Plus brother – Kirin 990 5G SoC. It’s matched to 8GB or 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage.
The Honor 30 Pro+ comes with a 4,000mAh battery with support for 40W wired and 27W wireless charging.
The back comes with a new design where the name of the company is embossed in big letters and the letters are with a different texture, similar to frosted glass.
There are three color options – Black, Green, and Silver with the frosted letters. There are two price tags for both RAM choices – the 8/256GB is CNY4,999, the 12/256GB is CNY5,499. Pre-orders begin today at 5 PM local time, while actual sales are scheduled for April 21.
Source (in Chinese)