Honor may soon introduce its flagship Honor 30 series of phones, which will include the Honor 30, 30 Pro, and 30s in the coming couple of weeks. The last model in the list was just recently spotted in a marketing campaign and now its rear render has been leaked on Weibo. This series is expected to debut after the launch of Huawei P40 series on March 26.
Last year, apart from launching Honor 20 and 20 Pro, the brand also released a stripped-down version called Honor 20s powered by HiSilicon Kirin 810. The same may repeat again this year with the freshly leaked Honor 30s. Unfortunately, the leak does not say anything about the specifications of the phone but does reveal the entire rear design of the device.
According to the leaked render, the Honor 30s will come in a gradient finish like most smartphones these days. But to differentiate from others, the back panel will reflect light as stripes from either ends of the handset forming a pattern. Further, the cameras will be placed in a rectangular array, probably with a bump like the new Galaxy S20 series. The back of the phone does not house a fingerprint sensor but we can clearly see it on the power button on the right side of the device.
Anyway, the 2019 Honor 20s was priced at 1,899 Yuan and hence we can expect similar pricing for the Honor 30s whose launch date is still unknown.