Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has confirmed to launch of the successor to the Honor View 20. The smartphone dubbed as View 30 was already reported to come with 5G connectivity. Now the latest leak from China gives a sneak peek at the upcoming smartphone.
According to an alleged live image surfaced online, the V30 5G will feature a punch-hole display just like its predecessor. But the smartphone will come with dual front cameras instead of one. The image reveals a slightly curved screen, slim bezels, and a thinner chin compared to the View 20. The smartphone is confirmed to ship with Huawei’s latest Kirin 990 processor which was found on the recently unveiled Mate 30. The chipset is also integrated with 5G connectivity. The rest of the details are currently scarce at the moment. We expect the Honor V30 5G to sport an AMOLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The smartphone is rumoured to be equipped with a quad-camera setup in a circular module. Like the Mate 30 series, the Honor V30 5G may not come with Google apps, but it will still run Android 10 with EMUI 10 on top.
There is no word regarding the launch date of Honor View 30, but considering that the V20 was launched last December, we expect the same launch timeline this year as well. We also expect more information via leaks before the official launch.