Since the end of August 2021, speculations regarding a new mid-range model have been circulating with the launch of the Honor Magic 3 series. The X30 Max, rather than introducing itself as the X20 Max and joining the X20 family, should now make its debut.
Honor, being a wholly owned subsidiary of Huawei, was likewise affected by the US ban. They made it such that Chinese brands could no longer use Google services on their devices. Without Huawei as a parent company, Honor is now attempting to launch a non-restricted version of Android.
the Honor X30 Max is due to hit the market before the Chinese shopping festival Double Eleven (November 11th) and refers to the Digital Chat Station insider. The insider talks about a 7-inch display and a solid audiovisual experience, but did not reveal more. Before that, however, he had already published some articles on the Chinese site Weibo and named the model as KKG-AN70.
The Honor X30 Max will come with a 22.5-watt fast charger. Rumors have it that a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 processor is working inside and the battery is said to have a 6,000 mAh battery. Rumor has it that a triple camera is on board. The main lens has a resolution of 64 megapixels, plus a 2-megapixel macro sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor for the well-known bokeh blur effect.
It was certified by the Chinese CCC authority in September. CCC stands for ” China Compulsory Certification “(” Mandatory China Certification “) and is roughly comparable to the CE certificate in Europe. The CCC certificate is important for selling products in China and indicates an early market launch.
Research by Counterpoint Technology Market Research suggests that the Honor brand is strengthening its position in the world’s largest smartphone market, China.
The Honor brand, we recall, was forced to secede from the telecommunications giant Huawei; due to tough sanctions from the United States. Since then, the Honor brand has stepped up its research and development activities and announced a number of products that have gained popularity among consumers.
As a result, Honor’s August sales in the PRC jumped 18% over the previous month. This, as noted, has made the company one of the fastest-growing brands in the smartphone segment.
Moreover, the Honor brand was able to bypass Xiaomi in terms of sales of devices in the Chinese market at the end of the last month. In the list of leading suppliers, the Honor brand came in third place with a share of approximately 15%.