The Honor 30S is an upcoming premium mid-ranger phone which is expected to be announced in April next month. It is likely to be the more affordable version of the Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro which will also be arriving in April.
Last week, we’d already seen an official-looking render of the Honor 30S. Now, courtesy of the folks over at xda-developers, we’re finally able to have a good look at the device’s White and Orange variants as well.
Design-wise, it is obvious that the rear design of the Honor 30S will share a close resemblance to that of the Honor V30 and V30 Pro. More specifically, it will also feature a rectangular camera module similar to the Honor V30 phones. However, for the case of the Honor 30S, there will be a total of four cameras instead of three.
Moreover, the Honor 30S will also come equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor as well. Under the hood, the device is said to be driven by a Kirin 820 5G chip. Therefore, the Honor 30S is likely support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone 5G modes out of the box.
According to it’s 3C certification listing, the Honor 30S will be able to support up to 40W fast-charging. As usual, the device will run on Android 10 (AOSP version) with the omission of Google Mobile Services (GMS).