Yesterday, Honor released the first-ever promo video for their upcoming Honor V30 flagship. In the video, it showcases a redesigned rectangular-shaped camera module on the Honor V30, which has a close resemblance to that of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A51.
Today, the Chinese smartphone maker has released yet another promo video for the device. This time round, it gives us a glimpse of the Honor V30’s front panel at the 8-second mark. Similar to what we’d seen previously, the device will feature a pill-shaped, hole-punched display which will be housing two selfie cameras.
From what we’d learned so far, the headlining features of the Honor V30 seems to reside towards its photography prowess. For instance, the device will be the first to come with Honor’s recently patented “Camera Matrix” photography algorithm, and will have an impressive 60 megapixels main snapper.
Similarly, the device will also be able to support 5G connectivity in both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. Under the hood, it will be driven by the company’s latest Kirin 990 SoC and will support up to 40W fast-charging.
If nothing goes wrong, the Honor V30 will be making it’s official debut in China on November 26th. The same device is likely to arrive in the global market as the Honor View 30 instead.