Honor wind up its newcomer Honor 30S soon after its parent company Huawei revealed the P40 series. Powered on an octa-core Kirin 820 5G SoC, the Honor 30S brings a premium glass and aluminum design along with the dual-mode 5G upfront.
The front of the device sports a 6.5-inch FHD+ IPS panel comprising a punch-hole cutout at the top left corner that gives room to a 16MP snapper. On the right-hand side lies a capacitive fingerprint sensor.
As for the optics, the Honor 30S carries a quad-camera setup arranged in a square setup at the back including a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP telephoto sensor with 3x optical zoom and 20x hybrid zoom, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor.
Alongside the Kirin 820 5G processor, the phone makes use of the six-core Mali-G57 GPU and a Kirin ISP 5.0 image signal processing unit lauded to deliver flagship-level performance as well as a much-advanced noise reduction.
Besides, the phone runs on Magic UI 3.1.1 that is based on Android 10 and no Google-based services. A 4,000mAh battery keeps the light with 40W wired fast charge support.
The Honor 30S will ship in Black, Blue, Green, and Gradient colors at a starting price of CNY 2,399 ($338) for 8GB/128GB and CNY 2,699 ($380) for 8GB/256GB variant. Pre-orders have already started in China with official sales beginning from April 7. However, the company has not put forward any statement regarding international availability.