This article originally appeared on ABACUS Huawei’s budget brand released its newest Honor 30 series phones on Tuesday, selling about 300 million yuan (US$42.4 million) worth of handsets in a minute, the company said on Weibo . That translates to tens of thousands of phones. The series includes the Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro and Honor 30 Pro+. They’re all 5G-enabled but offer varying features. Both the Honor 30 Pro and Pro+ are equipped with Huawei’s Kirin 990 5G chip. But the Pro+ has a higher screen refresh rate at 90Hz. It also has a 50-megapixel main camera, a 16-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide lens, and a periscope zoom lens with an 8-megapixel sensor. The Honor 30 and the 30 Pro take it down a notch with a 40-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel telephoto camera. The Pro version includes a 16-megapixel super wide-angle camera instead of the 8-megapixel one found on the Honor 30. The Honor 30, 30 Pro and 30 Pro+ start at 2,999 yuan (US$425), 3,999 yuan (US$565) and 4,999 yuan (US$705) respectively. While Huawei says its smartphone business in China grew in the last quarter, it's facing challenges selling phones overseas. Following a US ban last year, the company has been denied access to Google apps and services, such as Google Maps and Google Play store.