With less than a week before the official unveiling of the Honor V30 series, we’re starting to feel more and more overwhelmed by the countless leaks and details of the upcoming handset.
Today, the Honor V30 had finally checked through the Geekbench benchmarking app as well. As expected, the device has performed incredibly well on Geekbench by achieving an impressive score of 3,856 points for it’s single core test and 12,221 points for it’s multi-core test.
Similarly, Geekbench also revealed that the Honor V30 will arrive with an octa-core Kirin 990 SoC paired with 8GB of RAM. Certainly, as a high-end device we do expect the Honor V30 to pack a 12GB variant as well.
Although the listing shows that the Honor V30 will run on Android 10 OS, but it will definitely not arriving with any licensed Google Play apps and services for it’s global variants.
However, that will only change if the US decides to lift it’s trade ban on Huawei or issues special licenses for Google to reinstate their business ties with Huawei.
In case you’d missed out, below are some of the latest coverage pertaining to the Honor V30 which you might be interested in:
- Honor V30 flaunts it’s front design in a real life image
- Honor V30 render shows us exactly how the device will look like
- Honor V30 Image Showcases its Rear Design
- Honor V30 may arrive with an Aston Martin edition
- Honor releases second promo video for the Honor V30