There were just two phones in the X30 series, however none of them was a vanilla version of them. When the Honor X30 goes on sale on December 16, this will finally change.
For Honor, the X phones are more significant than any other. When it comes to sales of smartphones, they’ve been a driving force for eight years now, shattering records with every new series save for the Huawei-owned, yet-to-be-launched X20.
However, we don’t have any information about the Honor X30 at this time, but we expect the firm to provide some teasers in the next 10 days. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 695 5G chipset may be included in the device, as may be an LCD display with 120Hz refresh rate and a circular camera design similar to the Magic3 series.