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Honor V30/V30 Pro key specifications leaked to reveal 60MP rear camera

08 October 2019 0

Honor may bring the rumored V30 smartphone and if the latest tip is to be considered, we will also see V30 Pro getting launched with it. According to what has surfaced by a Slashleaks’ contributor on Twitter, Honor may launch V30 and the V30 Pro smartphones.

The tipster has even shared a few key specifications of these two devices. The V30 is said to be powered by the Kirin 990 processor and the Pro model will have 5G modem as well. This means the V30 model will continue to be the 4G version and the Pro model will be a 5G device. Honor had already confirmed the 5G device last month but it wasn’t known that the Pro model will get to feature it.

Also, the V30 will have an LCD display with a punch-hole on it to house the single selfie camera and the V30 Pro will have dual cameras housed on the punch-hole on the OLED display.

Both the Honor V30 and the V30 Pro will have a 60MP sensor, but the former will have triple rear cameras setup and the latter will have quad cameras. The V30 model will have a 4,000mAH battery with 22.5w SuperCharge fast-charging tech and the V30 Pro will be 4200mAH battery with 40w SuperCharge. The Pro model will also have 15w wireless fast-charging tech.

According to the render shared by the tipster, the punch-hole is situated on the top-left corner of the device. From the leaked specifications, it’s safe to assume that the Honor V30 Pro will come with some beefy enhancements over the standard Honor V30 model. It’s unknown when these models will launch but we expect to see them soon.


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