Alleged Honor V30 & V30 Pro specs leaked, 5G for the bigger version

In the last quarter, Honor launches its “V” series flagship & since we got Honor V20 last year, this year it’s gonna be the Honor V30. Almost a week back, an alleged image surfaced on Weibo showing the hole-punch display of the V30 with dual selfie cameras. Today, however, a new leak has suggested that there are two phones launching under the “V” series & while one is V30, the other is V30 Pro.

Honor V30 might have a design similar to Honor V20 from front

According to a tipster on Twitter, the regular V30 has a similar design from the front as last year’s Honor V20 since there is a single front camera placed in a circular hole-punch cutout. Moreover, the Honor V30 has an LCD screen instead of an OLED like the flagship phones from Samsung that also have a hole-punch design. So, this also means there won’t be an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Other specs include a 4,000mAh battery with 22.5W SuperCharge technology, Kirin 990 (4G) SOC & a triple camera setup on the rear with a primary 60 Megapixel shooter.

Coming to the Honor V30 Pro, this device is reportedly coming with an OLED display with a hole-punch cutout for dual selfie cameras. So, the device leaked earlier is the V30 Pro if this leak is correct. It has a 4,200mAh battery with 40W SuperCharge support. There is also wireless charging support & the phone can charge fast, thanks to 15W Fast Wireless Charging. There is a Quad Camera setup on the rear with a primary 60 Megapixel camera.

The SOC is also upgraded to the Kirin 990 5G which is based on the 7nm+ process & is better than the 4G version. Now, one thing worth noticing is that there is a 60 Megapixel camera sensor & we are yet to see such a camera sensor for smartphones. We have 64 Megapixel sensor from Samsung but not 60 Megapixel one.

So, does that mean the Honor V30 & V30 Pro have an unannounced 60MP sensor from Sony? Well, the sources are hinting that Honor will go with a custom Sony IMX 600 sensor with 60 Megapixels & f/1.4 aperture, but we cannot say if that’s true. a

There are also rumours of 90Hz display on the “Pro” version. You should keep in mind that it will feature Android 10 out of the box without any Google services like the Mate 30 series.