Previously, Honor had already confirmed that the Honor V30 (Vera 30) will be the company’s first 5G-enabled smartphone.
During the 6th World Internet Conference held in China yesterday, Honor’s president George Zhao has revealed that the Honor V30 5G will arrive in November, next month. According to him, the V30 Pro 5G will be able to support both Standalone (SA) and Non-standalone (NSA) 5G network.
From what we’d learned so far, there will be at least two smartphones in the upcoming V30 series – V30 and V30 Pro – which is likely to be announced simultaneously.
Both devices will be driven by the company’s in-house Kirin 990 5G SoC, manufactured by TSMC using the 7nm+ EUV proces. According to Huawei, the Kirin 990 is said to be able to achieve a download speed of up to 2.3GB/s, and a upload speed of up to 1.25GB/s.
Recently, a set of alleged Honor V30 Pro renders show off a gradient colorway on the device’s back panel which hosts a quad-camera setup arranged in a squarish housing. Although not confirmed, but the device was tipped to come with a 60 megapixels main snapper. On it’s front panel, the V30 Pro seems to deploy a hole-punched design as seen from it’s purported live image.
That’s pretty much all we have for the V30 so far, but we’ll definitely update this space once there are more information on this device!