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HONOR 30S with Kirin 820, 64MP cam, 3x optical zoom will launch on March 30

Ahead of its March 30 official launch, more details about HONOR's upcoming HONOR 30S surfaced online.
HONOR 30s with Kirin 820, 64MP cam, 3x optical zoom will launch on March 30
Alleged HONOR 30S render

HONOR 30S, what to expect?

A powerful mid-range 5G SoC?
A powerful mid-range 5G SoC?

First, the handset will be powered by Huawei's upcoming Kirin 820 5G chipset. Kirin 820 is expected to be the upgrade of Kirin 810 last year and it will be a very powerful mid-range chipset.
Alleged Geekbench score
Alleged Geekbench score

Earlier leaks revealed that it has a higher score than Kirin 980 and a score as high as the Snapdragon 855 at Geekbench. At AnTuTu, the handset with the CDY-AN90 achieved a score higher than Snapdragon 765G.
Published AnTuTu score
Published AnTuTu score

AnTuTu tested the said chip on the soon-to-be-released HONOR 30S with model number CDY-AN90.

AnTuTu also showed that it is paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. It will also come with an FHD+ 2400 x 1080 resolution screen and Android 10 OS out of the box. Due to the ongoing China-US situation, it is expected to launch without Google Mobile Services out of the box.

There are rumors that it might feature a USB-C 40W fast charging solution as well.
64MP quad-cam
64MP quad-cam

A new teaser that Digital Trends posted earlier highlighted that the device will feature a large 64MP primary camera and 3x optical zoom. This suggests that apart from its blazing speed, HONOR is planning to make this a great phone for photos and maybe even videos as well.

In terms of design, it is expected to arrive in an array of colors including White and Orange. It'll have a rectangular-shaped camera hump to house its quad-camera configuration.

For pricing, we have no clues yet. Let's hope that it'll be affordable for what it is.

See also: HONOR 30S 5G with powerful Kirin 820 SoC and 64MP cam now official

We'll know more about it in the coming days. 
What do you guys think?

Sources: Digital Trends, XDA
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