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Honor V30 render shows us exactly how the device will look like

Shortly after the Honor V30 registrations went live in China, the folks at 91Mobiles have managed to lay their hands on some official renders of the device.

The renders here shows off the Honor V30 in an Orange and Blue Colorways, and conforms to what we’d learned so far about the device. On the front panel, there is a familiar capsule-shaped, camera compartment which houses two selfie cameras – similar to the one we saw from it’s official promo poster.

Although the renders show off a near bezel-less display, but its certainly not the kind of waterfall display that we saw on the Vivo NEX 3. None the less, it still seems to offer us a pretty high screen-to-body ratio.

On it’s rear panel, we could see a rectangular-shaped camera module that is akin to what we have seen from the earlier promo video. However, it is more obvious here that the device will feature a triple-camera setup which is paired with a LED flash located towards its right.

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.

If nothing goes wrong, the Honor V30 and V30 Pro will be officially announced on November 26th this month. 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.

Source: 91Mobiles

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