Honor hasn’t faced the same amount of scrutiny as Huawei, but it was hit with the same restrictions from the U.S. Entity List, preventing the brand from using Google Mobile Services on its phones. After a forgettable 2019, the brand has launched its latest flagships in the Honor 30 series.
There are three phones at launch: the Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro, and the Honor 30 Pro+. If that naming sounds familiar, it’s because that’s the same lineup that Huawei used for the P40 series. And the similarities extend to beyond the similar names.
The Honor 30 Pro+ features a curved 6.58-inch 90Hz OLED panel, and has three cameras at the back, with a 50MP RYYB sensor joined by an 8MP zoom lens that delivers 50x hybrid zoom, and a 16MP wide-angle lens. The phone can shoot 4K video at 60fps, and has an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
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