Honor Takes V30, 9X Pro Smartphones and MagicBook Laptops Global

Ruben Fields
February 27, 2020

But the company has not announced the relevant price.

This year is expected to be slightly tougher for Huawei sub-brand Honor because of the ongoing US-China trade war, but that isn't stopping the company from moving forward. Honor said that Russian Federation would be the first market where the View 30 Pro will launch, with a date to be confirmed.

From a hardware standpoint, both the new Honor View 30 Pro and the 9X Pro global versions are identical to their Chinese counterparts. It features a massive 6.6-inch display with zero interruptions thanks to the included pop-out camera system.

On cameras, the HONOR View30 Pro has a 40MP main + 12MP wide-angle + 8MP 3x telephoto combo. It uses the Kirin 990 5G processor. Users get either 8GB or 16GB of RAM and either 256GB or 512GB of storage.

The Honor View 30 Pro comes equipped with a 4,100mAh battery with 40W fast charging support and 27W wireless fast charging support as well. It also features reverse wireless charging.

We reviewed the Honor 9X and couldn't help but be impressed by its value, though the phone's plastic back, which is significantly more prone to scratching than glass needs to be sheathed in a case unless you don't mind scuffs.

The Honor View 30 will make its global debut in Russian Federation, but its pricing is yet to be confirmed.

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The Honor 9X Pro will be available starting next month in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Malaysia.

Honor also reportedly told TechRadar the View 30 Pro won't be coming to the UK.

We'd be all for blaming the lack of Google apps and services given Honor is owned by Huawei and therefore has suffered the same fate - no new Huawei or Honor phones launched since May 2019 can officially support Google services, making the phones a very tough sell in the United Kingdom and Europe.

The Honor 9X Pro has been around for a while, but it has taken Honor some time to release it in all markets. Starting with the more budget-friendly 9X Pro, it comes packing a 6.59-inch, FHD+ IPS display. It did make its way to a few European countries, but today Honor is announcing an even wider global availability. It is worth noting that Honor sells the 9X Pro with 8 GB of RAM in China and offers the choice between 128 GB or 256 GB of storage.

On the back of the phone there's a three-lens camera bump in the top left, but this bump doesn't stick out much, so it's not almost as intrusive as similar features are on some other smartphones. The front 16MP camera is housed in a pop-up mechanism, creating very slim bezels on the front of the phone. Premium design without the high price tag The most important one for global consumers is the Honor 9X Pro, which is essentially an improved version of the Honor 9X that debuted in October.

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