The new flagships from Honor, the Honor 30 and 30 Pro showed that the company is still well present in the game. But there’s a real new flagship joining them — the Honor 30 Pro+ with 50MP primary camera that has a big 1/28″ Sony IMX700 sensor.
Besides that, specs like a 6.57-inch AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate with 180Hz touch sampling rate, in-display fingerprint scanner and curved edges — the first in Honor device — make it stand out from its two counterparts.
Alongside the ridiculous 50MP main camera, the Honor 30 Pro+ also has an 8MP periscope telephoto lens that supports 5x optical zoom and up to 50x hybrid zoom. And its parent company, Huawei, being a pioneer of it should make this one a real deal.
Joining the periscope camera is a 16MP ultrawide shooter with 17mm equivalent lens that also acts as a macro camera, similar to the one in the Honor V30 Pro.
The phone’s camera is also capable of shooting AI raw photos, as during long exposure the device shoots different RAW shots and merges them into one RAW image for extra editing.
On the other hand, the Honor 30 Pro+ can shoot 4K videos at 60 fps, leaving its non-Plus duo — the vanilla Honor 30 and 30 Pro well behind.
The pill-shaped hole at the front sees a 32MP selfie camera and an 8MP ultrawide lens.
Inside, though, the Honor 30 Pro+ still uses the same chipset as its siblings — the Kirin 990, which is paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Powering this one heckuva phone is a 4,000mAh battery with 40W wired charging and 27W wireless charging.
Also, if you look at the back, the company has stamped its name in big letters, which is a different texture, much like to frosted glass.
The device is available in three options: Black, Silver, and Green, all with frosted printings. Pricing wise, the 8/256GB variant will go for CNY 4,999; whereas the 12/256GB version costs CNY 5,499. Pre-orders of the phone starts today, whilst the sale is expected to begin on April 21.