The Honor 30 series will feature all three of HiSilicons 5G enabled chipsets from the flagship Kirin 990 5G, through the yet to be announced Kirin 985 and to the mid-range Kirin 820. This was confirmed by the company itself on Weibo.
The Honor 30S is already official with a 820 chip. This leaves the other two chipsets for the upcoming Honor 30 and 30 Pro, which popped up on TENAA a couple of days ago.
The Honor 30 series will use three 5G chipsets from HiSilicon
The Honor 30 Pro will have a 50MP rear camera (up from 40MP on the non-Pro) and up to 12GB of RAM to go with the Kirin 990 5G. The vanilla Honor 30 will use the 985 chip, which has a similar CPU configuration but runs at lower clock speeds. The two phones will share a 6.57 AMOLED display (1080p+ resolution) and 3,900mAh battery.
Besides the 50MP camera with Sony IMX700 sensor (seen here in a leaked image), the Honor 30 Pro will also have a periscope telephoto cam.
The company posted a couple of camera samples teasing the phones low-light capabilities and a possible Moon mode. Honors president also shared official images of the phone itself ahead of its official unveiling on April 15.