During a live-streamed talk show hosted by Huawei’s “Pollen Club”, the upcoming Honor 30S smartphone had made a surprised appearance even though the device has yet to be officially announced.
The real life image we see here looks pretty similar to the alleged renders of the device we saw earlier. Both of which revealed that the Honor 30S will feature a rectangular camera module that houses a quad-camera setup. However, there is a stark distinction with regards to the placement of the LED flash between the actual device and what we saw from the earlier renders.
Moreover, the sensor on the right-hand-side of the camera module is located at the bottom on the actual device, instead of the middle portion as we’d seen from the earlier renders. On the top-right corner, there is also a logo of the “AI camera” branding as well.
Speaking of cameras, the Honor 30S will reportedly be equipped with a 64 megapixels main shooter in it’s quad-camera setup. Some of the key highlights of it’s camera technology include an advanced ISP 5.0 and BM3D SLR noise reduction technology.
Besides having a powerful camera at the back, the Honor 30S is also said to boast superior smartphone performance as well. Recently, the device had been spotted on AnTuTu with an impressive score of 375,270 points which surpasses most of the scores attained by other mid-ranger smartphones.
The Honor 30S is in fact the first smartphone to be fueled by the latest Kirin 820 platform which is compatible with the latest 5G network in both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. Based on a recent Geekbench 4 performance tests, it was revealed that the Kirin 820 is relatively more powerful than the Kirin 980 and Snapdragon 855 SoC.
The Honor 30S had been confirmed to make it’s official debut on March 30th. During the same event, the Chinese smartphone maker will also be introducing another entry-level smartphone known as the Honor Play 9A.