Review of Honor 30 Pro+
Three Honor 30 smartphones debuted two months ago, the mightiest of which was called Honor 30 Pro+. And it is precisely this one that we now have in our hands ready to be put through our routine of review.
Our Honor 30 Pro+, coming in the Titanium Silver colour, polarized opinions in our office. Not so much the color itself, but the enormous letters make it a love or hate it affair. It certainly stands out in the crowd, thought-there 's no two ways about it.
The retail kit contains a clear box, which is just what you want if you're among those that love the style, or if you're on the other side, absolute plastic wastage.
The 30 Pro+ carries a variety of significant changes from the Honor 30 Pro. We have a 50MP 1/1.28 ”image sensor with omnidirectional PDAF and f/1.9 lens, 27W wireless charging and 90Hz refresh rate for the 6.57” screen.
There's a sharper-than-expected change between the glass-protected front and back and the aluminum frame for whatever reason, although it might turn out to be a positive thing because it makes the Honor 30 Pro+ even less slick.
Unsurprisingly, the Honor 30 Pro+ does not have any Google services as Huawei 's smartphones are becoming the norm. You still get a Kirin 990 5 G chipset and Magic UI 3.0 interface, which is based on Android 10 complete with HMS altenatives from the company.
The 50MP main camera is the clear standout, but it's worth testing the 8 MP periscope telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom, too.