Honor has been a little quiet lately, especially in the midst of so many new smartphones popping around but new photos have been surfacing on Weibo that tease a new device that will soon become available from the company: the Honor V30.
The smartphone will come in two variants: a regular and a Pro version. The Pro version will host two punch holes in its OLED screen while the regular version will only have one for the selfie snapper.
But, as always, there’s always more of a party on the back: apparently, the main sensor will be a 60MP – yes, not a 64MP, which is interesting. The Huawei flagships also feature 40MP sensors instead of the 48MP the rest of the industry seems to rely on.
The regular version of the device will have a triple camera setup on the back while the Pro will have a quad one, however, we don’t yet have any details about them just yet.
Both smartphones will have a Kirin 990 chipset under the hood. The only difference will be in the fact that the Pro model will feature the 5G version of the Kirin 990. This particular chipset is built on the new 7nm+EUV process, which means it has higher clock speeds as well as an additional NPU core.
The Pro version will also have a larger battery: a 4,200mAh with 40W SuperCharge as well as 15W wireless charging capabilities. Its vanilla sibling however will have a 4,000mAh battery ans 22.5W SuperCharge and no wireless charging.
The two models might be released as early as this month but we’ll let you know if anything leaks in the meantime.