A new terminal with model number "Huawei EBG-AN00" appeared in the Geekbench database at version 4.2. Judging from the previous data, this should correspond to the code of the next Honor 30 Pro called "Edinburgh".
Honor 30 Pro caught on GeekBench with Kirin 990 5G
As we can see in the image above, the smartphone has reached 3876 in single core mode and 12571 in multi core mode. These data confirm that the excellent HiSilicon Kirin 990 5G processor produced by Huawei will take care of powering the smartphone.
The benchmark also shows us that the device is equipped with 8GB of RAM and runs on the Android 10 operating system.
As for the other specs, last week we saw a rendering of the rear of the Honor 30 Pro for the first time. In that rendering we discovered that the smartphone will adopt a total of four rear cameras. These will include a 50MP main camera, or the Sony IMX700 sensor with a size of 1 / 1,28 inches, an array of RYYB filters, and pixel binning technology to reach the size of 2,44μm for a single pixel. In addition, on Honor's 30 Pro we will find a square multi-zoom lens with periscope lens, a wide angle lens and a ToF sensor. Then there will be support for Octa PD technology, an autofocus system that allows extremely sharp shots with precision in details regardless of the complexity of the scene and lighting conditions.
Turning to the front, several previously leaked images suggest that the smartphone can adopt a curved screen on the sides with a dual camera on the display (photo design). In addition, the display should rotate at the frequency of 90Hz.