Honor 30 Pro Strikes Gold With Best Sony Camera Out There

Honor 30 Pro, for example, is about to launch with a record breaking Sony camera. Samsung’s best smartphone this year, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, is a monster with an incredible 1/1.33- inch sensor and Honor 30 Pro is said to match it! But it’s gonna do so while upping the pixel size.

Honor 30 Pro is gonna offer 1.2 micrometers pixels versus the 0.8 the S20 Ultra has. 

Now, add to that the fact that this sensor will have 50MP and you have an industry’s first. At least, in a custom Sony sensor. 

That’s how you strike gold! Especially since the rest of the phone is looking pretty good too. Three other cameras will join this one; a periscope module for crazy zoom, an ultrawide and either a macro or a depth sensor. This phone could actually take the best photos in low light in 2020. In fact, with dual flash and octa PD autofocus, the Honor 30 Pro camera is going to be very hard to beat. 

This golden boy doesn’t disappoint in design and performance, either. We’re expecting a curved metal frame with a pill punch hole on the front where it should host a dual selfie camera. The screen is rumored to top at 90Hz refresh rate. Like most flagships this year, it’s set to support 5G speeds and the processing power needed with the Kirin 990 chip on board. 

There’s been no talk about memory and storage yet, but I can bet we will get at least 8GB of RAM from the get go. After all, the Honor 30S did. Renders also showed something that looks suspiciously like a headphone jack and don’t wanna get ahead of myself here but I think it’s really in the cards! Again, judging by what Honor 30S brought already to the table.

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