Honor V30 5G Smartphone Appeared on Weibo with Pill Shaped Punch Hole Cameras


Despite its problems with Google, Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor is designing and launching its new mobiles into the market. The company has been working vigorously on 5G and finally, Honor will be launching its first 5G Smartphone, Honor V30. Images of the upcoming Honor V30 are circulating on the internet.

If these images are to be believed, this mobile will have a punch-hole camera removing the notch. This punch hole camera will be placed on the top left side of the screen with a pill-shaped design. There will be dual cameras on the front and Honor minimized the bezels of this device.

This Smartphone will be the first one to run on Kirin 990 Chipset and Honor is planning to release it in two different versions. One of them will be with 5G support and the other will be a non-5G mobile. According to the rumors, there will be four rear cameras in this smartphone.

The images of this new Honor V30 surfaced on Weibo and it is hinting that this flagship mobile launch is near. The post asked users to mention the technical difficulties that they might face with 5G.

As of now, the company is targeting the Chinese market and they are trying to increase the usage of 5G there. George Zhao, Honor president has already confirmed that this new V30 mobile will be 5G enable along with the Kirin 990 Chipset. The name of this mobile will be Honor Vera30 in the international markets.

Usually, Honor launches its V series phones into the market at the end of every year so the users may have to wait for sometime before they get to know the official details of this device.

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