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Honor V30 flaunts it’s front design in a real life image

The feverishly-anticipated Honor V30 flagship series will finally be unveiled on November 26th. For the past few weeks, we’d been seeing tonnes of leaks and rumors pertaining to this handset, including it’s official press images.

To keep the hype going, Honor’s vice president has even uploaded a live image of the device on his weibo handle earlier today. Although we couldn’t really see the device on the original image, but we’re able to have a much clearer at it when we zoom into the photo.

Somehow, we believe that he might be teasing on the camera quality prowess of the Honor V30 Pro, by indirectly coercing us to zoom into the image. We have reason to believe that as the image was apparently posted using the Honor V30 Pro.

Moving on, he also teases about the superior screen resolution and 5G download speed of the Honor V30. Speaking about it’s download speed, we’d already learned from Honor’s president Zhao Ming that the device could achieve an impressive download speed of 741MB/s, as well as an upload speed of 69.4MB/s. 

What we’d known so far about the Honor V30…

According to earlier reports, the Honor V30 is said to be the first device from Honor to come with Honor’s recently patented “Camera Matrix” photography algorithm, and will have an impressive 60 megapixels main snapper.

Moving on to it’s specs, the Honor V30’s TENAA listing had revealed that 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 be able to support up to 40W fast-charging.

Although not confirmed, but an earlier leak has also suggested that the Honor V30 may be available in an ultra-premium Aston Martin edition as well.


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