The Honor 30 series are coming on April 15 and we know that it will consist of the Honor 30, the Honor 30 Pro, and the Honor 30 Pro+, of which we know very little.
Well now the picture is bit clearer as an alleged leaked poster tells us about the pricing and release dates of the Honor 30 Pro+.
The base 8/128GB Honor 30 Pro+ is CNY 4,999 (€650/INR 54,000) while the 8/256GB is CNY 5,399 (€700/INR 58,000) - both will launch on April 21. The range-topper 12/256GB is due in May for CNY 5,799 (€750/INR 63,000). Neither the poster, nor the details of it have been verified at this time.
The Honor 30 Pro+ has seen the light of day before, but details on the upgrades it will bring over the Honor 30 Pro are scarce.
The Honor 30 is touted to have a 40MP main camera and a Kirin 985 5G chipset, while the Honor 30 Pro will have the 50MP Sony IMX700 and the Kirin 990 5G.
Higher refresh rate display and complete software experience without compromises like on Huawei. How are people suppose to use phone without Google pay and banking apps or Netflix for that matter?
OnePlus 8 Pro cost around 1000 euros a lot more expensive, with mid-range cameras and no expandable memory, is a worse purchase for me and a overpriced phone. This one will be even cheaper sooner so is a secure bet with a bit of patience.
OnePlus 8 Pro is better in what?