Honor introduced the V30 and V30 Pro devices last week and today the first flash sale took place. The company was gathering registrations for pre-orders and now that it had some stock the first 100,000 units went out in a matter of seconds. According to the company, all it took was three seconds for the whole batch to be sold out.
Sadly, the Kirin 990-powered phone is available only in China, and according it's still unclear whether it will make it to global markets or not.
The Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro come with 5G and three cameras on the back. On the front, there is a 6.57” LCD with Full HD+ resolution, while the fingerprint scanner sits on the side. The phone arrives in a neat Blue color, but there is also Pearl White or Black option.
Prices start from CNY3,299 ($470/€425) for the 6/128 GB variant of the Honor 30, while the Pro version costs CNY3,899 ($555/€500).
This phone is kinda boring compared to the K30 that's about to release. I like EMUI more than I like MIUI but the only thing this phone has going for it other than the software is the Kirin processors which are always very efficient.
Very skeptical of that as any a storefront that is able to process 100k transactions in 3 seconds would probably be record breaking.
if its too good to be true? then its a scam.