The Honor V30 Pro is Honor’s latest flagship smartphone and the first Honor cameraphone to be powered by the Kirin 990 5G processor. Prior to its release, the device’s AnTuTu benchmark score was shared on the web, presently its Master Lu benchmark achievement has been launched.
The benchmark score displays the Honor V30 score a total of 426,862 points. The total score is made up of a CPU score of 163,784 points, a GPU result of 163,249 points, a storage score of 57,284 and a memory score of 42.545.
The Honor V30 Pro’s result trails behind that of gadgets this sort of as the Nubia Red Magic 3 which has a result of 459,463 points.
The Honor V30 Pro has a 6.57-inch panel with a punch-hole for dual digital cameras. The panel is an LCD screen and with a regular refresh rate of 60Hz. The Kirin 990 5G cpu is paired with 8GB of RAM and you could choose between 128GB or 256GB of memory. There is with no MicroSD card tray, so you cannot add more storage.
Honor is marketing the V30 Pro like a camera-centric product with its 40MPprmary rear cameras paired with an 8MP telephoto digital camera and a 12MP ultrawide angle camera. Its dual front-facing cameras have a 32MP base sensor and an 8MP ultrawide angle scanner.
The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, NFC, Bluetooth 5.1, and a 4100mAh battery with support for 40W wired fast charge, 27W wireless quick charge, and reverse wireless charging. It Additionally supports NSA and SA 5G networks.
The Honor V30 Pro is estimated at ¥3899 for the 128GB version and ¥4199 (~$597) for the 256GB version.