Huawei’s Honor sub-brand is apparently working on the successor to the Honor V20 launched back in 2018. Aptly named the Honor V30 or HONOR View 30 in China, and would be announced in a few days from now.
While a few leaks and teasers from the past few days focused on 5G connectivity, the device has now surfaced on the popular Geekbench site where a few more details about the upcoming device have been revealed. Expectedly, the listing reveals the Honor V30 has an Octa-core processor with a base frequency of 1.95GHz. That’s the Kirin 990 chipset – the 5G variant.
The Honor V30 is shown to run Android 10 which apparently will come with a heavily tweaked Honor’s Magic UI with a host of features. The unit that visited the Geekbench site has 8GB of RAM and gets a performance rating quite on par with that of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro with the same SoC.
The device, alongside the Honor V30 Pro, as well as the Honor Magic Watch 2, will be officially launched on November 26. Both smartphones are tipped to feature a dual punch-hole design for a dual selfie camera setup. Early reports also suggests they will feature a 60MP primary rear cameras and support for fast charging, while the Pro variant will step it up a little with wireless charging.