21 November 2019
As the launch date of the Honor V30 is coming nearer, we are learning more and more about the device. And, it was just recently when we got a chance to see the official look of it, thanks to some official teasers. Now, a set of renders has appeared that shows the Honor V30 device from every angle and gives you a clearer view of its design. The tech site 91Mobile claims to have obtained these renders from a reliable source.
As you would see, there is a pill-shaped notch on the top-left corner of the device which is holding two cameras. There is a nearly bezel-less screen where only a thin strip of bottom bezel exists. On the back, the device holds a rectangular module which is housing three cameras and an LED flash. This rectangular-shaped arrangement looks similar to what is available on the Galaxy M30s as well.
The configuration of the cameras on the Honor V30 is unknown but it is speculated that the primary camera sensor would be 60MP. The Honor V30 is rumored to have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner on the right edge that also seems to house a volume rocker. The set of renders also offers a look at the top and bottom edges of the device. The bottom edge of the phone is featuring USB Type-C charging port, microphone, SIM tray, and speaker grill, whereas the top edge has IR blaster and secondary microphone. The Honor V30 appears to be the first smartphone in the lineup to ditch a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Honor V30 may come powered by Kirin 990 SoC, 4,000mAH battery and Android 10-based EMUI 10. The Pro model launching alongside the standard one may come with 40W fast-charging support for its 4500mAH battery.
The launch date for the Honor V30 is set to happen on November 26 which means we are exactly a week away from witnessing it. But the leaks will continue to come.