The Honor 30 Series lineup will come with an ultra-fast focus and the ability to shoot slow 1920fps videos



Honoe 30 Series phones are scheduled to arrive next Wednesday, April 15th, and we expect to see at least two phones, Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro. However, there is a possibility that we will see the phone Honor 30 Pro + which will be the most prestigious phone in the squad.

Two days before the official announcement, the company published various samples and new teasers in its official account on the Chinese social network Weibo, which revealed to us some of the advanced specifications that these phones will bring. Initially, it became clear that the Honor 30 Series lineup will support slow-motion video capture at 1920 fps, ultra-fast focus, the ability to shoot 4K videos at 60 fps, as well as an improved anti-shake system while shooting.

To demonstrate the capabilities of the ultra-fast focus feature, Honor has posted a picture saying that animals are the hardest things to photograph, because you don’t know what their path is, and therefore you don’t know where and how to focus properly.


The phone + Honor 30 Pro will do this for the user by taking advantage of the ultra-fast focus feature, in addition to the large graphics processing power that the HiSilicon Kirin 900 processor will have in this phone, although the company has not yet revealed to us the technical specifications that Comes with the Honor 30 Series collection.

As for slow shooting at 1920 fps, Honor revealed in a separate post that this is the key to “capturing good videos”, alongside 4K and 60 fps shooting, as well as superior video stabilization to prevent shake.

When the Honor 30 Pro or Honor 30 Pro + is announced, it will be the first non-gaming smartphone to have this feature. Currently, there is a bunch of mobile devices that can record these videos, there is the Vivo iQOO Pro Series, Xiaomi BlackShark 3 Series and the latest Nubia Red Magic phones, including Nubia Red Magic 5G.



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