Last week, the upcoming Huawei Nova 6 and Honor V30 were certified by the Chinese TENAA authority – bringing them a step closer towards their official debut.
Now, the Honor V30 (Vera 30) has been certified by the 3C authority in China as well. This device, with model number OXF-AN00 will be the 5G variant of the Honor V30, which will support up to 40W fast-charging. According to the details revealed by it’s official TENAA listing, the Honor V30 5G will support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
Although Honor’s President George Zhao has recently confirmed that the Honor V30 will make it’s official debut in November, but the Chinese smartphone maker remain relatively tight-lipped about it’s official specs. We do however, know that the Honor V30 will be driven by the latest Kirin 990 SoC.
From what we’d learned so far from the rumor mills, the Honor V30 is likely to come with a quad-camera setup, comprising of a 60 megapixels main snapper. Like the upcoming Huawei Nova 6, the Honor V30 is also tipped to feature a hole-punched display which will house two selfie cameras.