Honor has finally confirmed that the highly anticipated Honor V30 series will be officially announced on November 26th. This came shortly after the company’s president revealed it’s launch date during a live broadcast yesterday.
The official promo posters released for the Honor V30 once again reaffirmed that the device will be touting a pill-shaped, hole-punched display that houses two camera sensors – similar to what we’d seen from an alleged live image of the device leaked last week.
The Honor V30 is expected to arrive with both 4G and 5G models. For it’s 5G model, it has been confirmed to be driven by the Kirin 990 (5G) SoC, and will be able to support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes as revealed by it’s TENAA listing. Similarly, it’s 3C listing also confirmed that the device will also be able to support up to 40W fast-charging.
According to reports, the Honor V30 is expected to be a high-end device which will feature some impressive specs including a 60 megapixels main snapper.
However, due to the ongoing US trade ban, the Honor V30 and V30 duo will not be preloaded with Google Play apps and services as well. However, it will utilize Huawei Mobile Suite (HMS) which makes use of Huawei’s AppGallery as it’s Android app store.