With just two days away from the official launch of the Honor 30S, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more and more leaks flowing in for the next 48 hours.
After having our first-look at the Honor 30S real life image, we’re now being treated to a series of official renders of the device as well. These renders show off the device in both Black and Green colorways similar to what we’d saw on a recent promo poster released by Honor.
However, the key takeaway from these renders will be the design of the Honor 30S front panel which has remained as a mystery. for the past few weeks.
As seen from the press renders here, the Honor 30S will actually features a hole-punched display this time round. Due to the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, it is likely that the device will be utilizing a LCD panel at the front.
On it’s flip-side, we will see a rectangular camera module which houses a quad-camera setup. Although the specifications of it’s camera system is still not known at the moment, but the company has revealed that it will feature an advanced ISP 5.0 and BM3D SLR noise reduction technology.
Moving on to it’s internals, the Honor 30S will be the first smartphone to be powered by the latest Kirin 820 SoC. It has achieved a pretty impressive score on AnTuTu which surpasses a large number of mid-ranger smartphones.
In terms of connectivity, the Honor 30S is also a 5G-ready phone which is capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.