Honor is launching a big X10 Max smartphone on July 2, and today we learned another device will also take the stage – the Honor 30 Lite (also known as Honor 30 Youth). The company officially confirmed the date on its page, revealing the unsurprising fact that this midranger will support dual 5G connectivity.
The Honor 30 Lite, as we revealed exclusively earlier this month, will have three cameras on the back. It is confirmed by the phone being listed at TENAA under the code name MXW-AN00. It will have three RAM options – 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB, and three storage tiers – 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. The trio of rear shooters is 48MP + 8MP + 2MP, while there is a front-facing camera that will have a 16MP sensor.
Other specs include a CPU at 2.0 GHz on what is likely part of a Dimensity 800 chipset, a 6.5 LCD with Full HD+ resolution, and a battery with a capacity of 3,900 mAh.