A couple of days ago, Honor officially released the new Honor 30 line smartphones. The original model sports the Kirin 985 chip. This is the company’s third 5G SoC. So it got a lot of attention. Today, the manufacturer official announced its AnTuTu running points.
The Kirin 985 is manufactured using TSMC’s 7nm process. It integrates a single-chip 5G baseband solution without plug-in. It supports 2G / 3G / 4G / 5G network standard and NSA / SA 5G dual-mode. The theoretical maximum downlink rate is 1277Mbps and the uplink rate is 173Mbps. The combination of Snapdragon 865 + Snapdragon X55 is about 40% and 75% faster, respectively.
From the screenshot, we can see that the Kirin 985 chip of the Honor 30 has a CPU score of 139,694 points, a GPU score of 136,626 points, a MEM score of 71,095 points, and a UX score of 66.206 points. At the same time, from the horizontal comparison of the results of Kirin 985, Kirin 820, Kirin 810, and Snapdragon 765G, the results of Kirin 985 are better than that of the Kirin 980 and the Kirin 820. This shows that the Kirin 985 chip is positioned above the Kirin 980 flagship chip.
In addition to the Kirin 985 chip, the Honor 30 also uses a 6.53-inch OLED screen. There is quad-camera on the back coming with 40MP super-sensitive main sensor + 50 times periscope super stable telephoto lens + 8MP wide-angle + 2MP macro lens. The phone supports under-screen fingerprint recognition technology. Under the hood, we can find a 4000mAh battery, which supports a 40W super-fast charge.
In terms of price, the Honor 30 6GB + 128GB costs 2999 yuan ($424), 8GB + 128GB is priced at 3199 yuan ($452), and 8 + 256GB variant comes at 3499 yuan ($495).