Honor 30i With 48-Megapixel Main Camera, 4,000mAh Battery Launched: Price, Specifications

Honor 30i has been released as the latest smartphone presenting from the corporation. It has been unveiled in the Russian market place and capabilities a 6.3-inch AMOLED exhibit with a waterdrop-design and style notch and triple rear digital camera setup. The Honor 30i packs a four,000mAh battery and packs a 16-megapixel selfie digital camera. This new handset appears to be to be a re-branded variant of the Honor 30 Lite phone that was released in China in July this 12 months.

Honor 30i rate

The new Honor 30i is priced at RUB 17,990 (approximately Rs. 17,600) for the 4GB + 128GB storage model in Russia. It will be made available in Ultraviolet Sunset, Shimmering Turquoise, and Midnight Black colour options. The phone is up for pre-orders on the corporation website.

Honor 30i technical specs

Coming to the technical specs, the twin-SIM (Nano) Honor 30i runs on Android 10 with Magic UI 3.one on best. The phone capabilities a 6.3-inch complete-Hd+ (one,080×2,four hundred pixels) OLED exhibit with 417ppi pixel density. It is driven by the octa-core Kirin 710F SoC, coupled with up 4GB RAM. Internal storage is established at 128GB with the selection to grow additional using a Nano Memory card (hybrid, up to 256GB).

In terms of cameras, the Honor 30i carries a triple digital camera setup that consists of a forty eight-megapixel primary digital camera with f/one.eight aperture, an eight-megapixel secondary digital camera with f/two.four aperture, and two-megapixel 3rd digital camera with f/two.four aperture. For selfies and video clip calling, the Honor 30i arrives with a 16-megapixel front digital camera with f/two. aperture.

The Honor 30i is equipped with a four,000mAh non-detachable battery. Connectivity options involve, twin-band Wi-Fi ac, GPS/GLONASS/Beidou, and, Bluetooth v5.one. Finally, Honor 30i actions 157.2×73.2×7.7mm and weighs 171.5 grams. The phone also packs an in-display fingerprint scanner.


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