Honor introduced a trio of flagships earlier this year - Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro, and Honor 30 Pro+. 1.5 months after the launch in China, the lineup is finally going international and the first market to get them is Russia.
The Honor 30 arrives with Kirin 985 chipset, flat 6.53” display, and a 40 MP main camera. Only one of its memory options is currently up for pre-order - 8/256GB. The initial price is RUB39,990 - that’s about $565/€510 or 15% more expensive than it is in China.
The Honor 30 Pro+ is priced at RUB54,990, which is the equivalent of $777/€700, once again, for an 8/256 GB memory combo.All the gifts Yandex is giving to Honor 30 owners
While these prices seem high, Honor Russia offers plenty of gifts - every device comes with Honor Magic Earbuds, and a bumper case or a tripod selfie stick. Also, if a purchase is made until June 30, you get the equivalent of up to RUB10,000 in Yandex goods - up to RUB5,000 for Yandex.Eda (the Russian equivalent of Uber) and the same equivalent for Yandex.Taxi (a local cab service).
The Russian platform also offers 90-day free trial of Yandex Plus and three movies from KinoPoisk HD.
Such an under rated chip for a heavy price with no google apps its a let down. Honor must stick to mid range phone than such heavy budget. Definately someone who doesnt know about phone will buy this id rather pick realme or mi for such price.
Most of tech media and youtubers in Russia finance by Huawei. Their ads literally everywhere. Without Google, Xiaomi Vivo and other chinese companies will replace Huawei's share.
UK Economy is collapsing so sad for an powerhouse in industrial revolution times, everything has shifted from UK to China :D