Honor has come up with a new lineup of the View30 series. The View30 and View30 Pro are Honor’s first dual-mode 5G smartphones.

Both smartphones have a lot in common – of course, with some add-ons for the Pro version.

The smartphones will be powered up by Kirin 990 AI chipset coupled with 8 Gigs of RAM. You will get the storage options as 128 GB / 256 GB.

They sport a 6.57-inch full HD+ display. You will find triple cameras on both devices. However, you might find some differences in the sensors and the apertures. The View 30 Pro packs in a 40 MP (main camera) with F/1.6 aperture + 12 MP F/2.2super wide-angle camera. + an 8MP telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture.

On the other hand, the View 30 features a 40MP F/1.8 primary camera + 8 MP F/2.4 ultrawide along with the same telephoto lens.

You will find two camera sensors in the front (32 MP selfie camera + 8 MP wide-angle selfie camera). It also comes packed in with a 4100 mAh battery along with all the other changes when compared to View 20.

It will be yet another 5G supported device joining the series of new 5G Android devices.

For now, it will be available to pre-order in China. The V30 Pro should cost you about 4,199 yuan (~ $597) and the general V30 will be up for about 3,699 yuan (~$525).

The price difference may not be much for availability in China. However, we shall look forward to its availability and pricing in the global or the U.S market. You can learn more about it on its official Chinese site.

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