The most-awaited Huawei Mate 30 smartphone seems to be beaten by Honor’s upcoming flagship smartphone named Honor V30 Pro. Quite a few images of the beast have appeared on Weibo, indicating a square camera outback – very much like Huawei Mate 20.
The Honor V30 Pro will be releasing alongside its younger brother, Honor V30 and both smartphones will be loaded with a punch-hole selfie camera on the front. The V30 will only have a single punch-hole whereas V30 Pro will house a dual punch-hole for selfie snappers.
The most appealing part of the devices is indeed their outback cameras. The primary camera of V30 Pro is said to be 60MP instead of 64MP which means it’s a camera lens that we haven’t yet seen in any flagship device from any other brand. It sounds similar to Huawei’s devices which are equipped with a 40MP sensor, rather than 48MP.
The Pro also provides a quad-camera while the V30 version settles for a triple-lens. The camera functionality is yet to be detailed.
HiSilicon Kirin 990 Chipset will power both devices with one significant difference, the Pro will have 990 5G Chipset.
In addition to 15W of wireless charging, the Honor V30 Pro has a larger battery 4200mAh with a 40W fast charging feature. The Honor V30, on the other hand, will bear a 4000mAh battery with only a 22.5W fast charging feature.
The official release date and pricing details of both devices aren’t yet revealed but it’s most likely that Honor V30 and V30 Pro both will arrive in stores before October 2019 ends.