Honor introduced a trio of flagships earlier this year – Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro, and Honor 30 Pro+. 1.5 months after the launch in China, the lineup is finally going international and the first market to get them is Russia.
However, only the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro+ are currently available – there’s no mention of the Honor 30 Pro at all.
The Honor 30 arrives with Kirin 985 chipset, flat 6.53″ display, and a 40 MP main camera. Only one of its memory options is currently up for pre-order – 8/256GB. The initial price is RUB39,990 – that’s about $565/510 or 15% more expensive than it…