The Honor brand is really going at it hard to regain its spot as a major contender in the global smartphone market. A new report has confirmed that the company has plans of launching the Honor X30 come December 16th in China.
This is the budget lineup for the company with two models – Honor X30 and X30i – launched about two months ago. Smartphones in the lineup is aimed at younger audience on a tight budget.
There is no official news about the specs of the incoming Honor X30. But, the Honor X30 Max featured a big 7.09-inch display with standard refresh rate. While the Honor X30i featured a 6.67-inch display, FHD+ resolution, IPS LCD panel with 90Hz refresh rate.
Honor X30i also packed the MediaTek Dimensity 810 5G chip under its helm paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. The Honor X30 is said to be the lower model in the series. It might feature a MediaTek 5G chip (maybe the Dimensity 800 series) paired with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage.
The launch event of the Honor X30 will be streamed live in China on December 16th 2021. There is no news if the device will find its way to the global market yet. But it might get to Europe just like the Honor 50.
Since unveiling its automated manufacturing complex in China, Honor has been very busy. The company also recently announced the Honor 60 series barely three months after releasing the Honor 50 series.
Having support for Google Mobile Services, 5G, and cutting ties with Huawei is gradually paying off got the company in the global market.