Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is gearing up to launch the Honor 30 and the 30 Pro on April 15th. The mystery device (model number EGB-AN00) that was previously spotted on Bluetooth SIG, 3C, and Geekbench is believed to be the new Honor 30 Pro. The two smartphones were spotted on China’s TENAA regulatory agency, revealing key specifications of both handsets. However, their images haven’t surfaced yet. Both handsets have similar features save for the camera sensors, which are more powerful on the Honor 30 Pro.
Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro specifications and features
According to the TENAA listing, both the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro flaunt a 6.57-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The smartphones likely feature curved-edge displays with in-screen fingerprint scanners.
While the Honor 30 could be driven by the upcoming Kirin 985 SoC, the 30 Pro is powered by a Kirin 990 5G SoC. The Honor 30 sports 8GB of RAM, with either 128GB and 256GB of native storage. The Honor 30 Pro comes in 8GB and 12GB RAM editions, with the same storage options. Both smartphones feature expandable storage via a nanoSD card slot.
Both the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro draw power from 3,900mAh batteries and run the Android 10 platform. In terms of optics, both smartphones sport a quad-camera setup at the rear. While the Honor 30 flaunts a 40-megapixel primary sensor, the 30 Pro sports a 50-megapixel primary sensor. There are no details regarding the other sensors at the moment. Both handsets feature a 32-megapixel selfie sensor.