The subsidiary brand, Honor, of the Chinese tech company, Huawei, is working on it’s next presentation in V-series flagship smartphone. The phone is none other than the Honor V30/Vera30 which is currently in news without it’s launch date. Officially, we haven’t been able to dig out any specifications or features of the phone, however, we found the display details of the phone from a reliable source.
As per our source, the Honor V30 may sport a dual front camera setup in the form of pill-shaped punch holes at the front of the smartphone. To trust the insights, we also got a glimpse at the picture allegedly of the Honor V30 on Weibo. We found very less bezels around the display and also a dual pill-shaped punch holes at the left corner of the display.
The design resembles to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10+ which was launched in February this year. The difference in the display looks, prima facie, of the placement of the punch holes from right to the left hand corner in the Honor V30. The display make is difficult to guess from the picture, however, sources speculate the featuring of AMOLED display in the handset. If so happens, then the chances are high that it will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The handset is said to be powered by the newly introduced Kirin 990 5G processor. Alongside, sources also claim the Honor V30 to feature the non-5G variant of Kirin 990 SoC inside the phone. If the company plans to bring the dual pill-shaped punch holes at the front, the fans will definitely adore the design. We will also keep our binoculars set at the Honor V30 and bring the updated news on the handset as soon as something surfaces at our sight.