The Honor V30 Pro may have what it takes to compete in the big leagues last weeks poll shows that our readers are cautiously optimistic about the new flagship. Cautiously, because they want to check out the reviews first, before parting with their money (always a smart thing).
There are some lingering questions for example, the LCD screen was seen as a pro by some and as a con by others. We guess it will come down to whether Honor managed to secure a good quality panel.
There was also talk about the camera while Mate 30 Pros 40MP ultrawide camera is missing, V30s ultrawide is competitive with the vanilla Mate 30 module, especially considering the price premium that Huawei charges for its flagship.
Speaking of non-Pro models, the Honor V30 didnt fare as well as its sibling. It seems that the price difference between the two doesnt justify the lowered camera specs and the Kirin 990 4G chipset.
Both phones have 5G connectivity, its just that on the V30 it is achieved with an external modem. That said, no one in the comments brought up 5G Honor, Huawei and all the other makers looking forward to upselling next-gen connectivity should step up their 5G marketing efforts.
Finally, one third of voters are in favor of looking at alternative phones, but still the clear winner of the poll is the V30 Pro.