Honor Russia is launching a new affordable phone called Honor 30i. It has affordable specs on the inside and glamorous colors on the outside, but after further inspection, we see this isn’t a completely new handset – it is a rebadged version of the China-only Honor 20 lite.
The 30i has some mid-range vibes going on – it comes with a 6.3” AMOLED with FP scanner underneath. The panel has a 20:9 ratio with a waterdrop notch for the 16 MP selfie camera and relatively small bezels.
On the back, Honor equipped the 30i with three cameras – a 48 MP main shooter + 8 MP ultra-wide-angle-cam + 2 MP depth sensor for better Portrait shots. There’s also a single LED right below the triple camera.
The phone is extremely thin and light – the body is 7.7 mm in its base and weighs 171 grams. On the inside there is a Kirin 710F chipset, 4 GB RAM and 128 gigs of storage, with a slot for extra storage through an NM card.
The Honor 30i is priced at RUB17,990 ($240/€200). Early adopters can also choose one of four gifts – either an Honor Band 5i, Honor Band 5, Honor Sport Pro Bluetooth Earphones, or the first iteration of the Honor MagicWatch.
The phone is offered in three colors – Ultraviolet Sunset (that’s the Blue-Pink gradient), Green/Turquoise, or Midnight Black, and the pre-order is scheduled for 11:00 AM Moscow Time.
Source (in Russian)