At the end of November Huawei sup-brand Honor launched the Honor V30 Pro, which is the second dual-mode 5G smartphone after the Huawei Mate 30 series.
Having excellent signals, the Honor V30 Pro is a step faster than even Samsung Note 10 + in terms of connecting 5G, which is the most prospective and innovative network. It means that if the signals are good, this smartphone will connect to the 5G network earlier. On the other hand, when the signals have problems, the connection also will have problems. What’s even more impressive is that the uploading and downloading speed of the Honor V30 Pro also exceeds Samsung Note 10 +, which costs more than 700 yuan ($98). Although both of the smartphones have the same 5G package and the same operator the download speed of the Honor V30 Pro is about twice more than the Samsung Note 10 +.
The Honor V30 Pro is powered by Kirin 990 chipsets, which sports new and more exotic 7nm FinFET +EUV process. Also in terms of camera specifications, this smartphone features 40MP Sony IMX 600 sensor with dual OIS and laser AF. Also, it sports an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and F/2.4 lens with OIS. Furthermore, this handset picks up a 12MP sensor with a special 16:9 aspect ratio for shooting video. Besides, the Honor V30 Pro uses Magic UI 3.0.1 layered over Android 10.
The Honor V30 Pro comes in orange, white, blue and black colors. The price starts from $550. Pre-orders in China start on December 5 while they will ship from December 12.