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Honor V30 press renders reveal dual selfie cameras & hole-punch display

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The Honor V30 is launching in China on November 26th, so just a week is now left for the launch of this flagship from the brand. It is also coming with 5G support, so we guess there is a separate 5G version of the V30 as well. Today, the press renders of the phone leaked as 91Mobiles shared them & they reveal a design that is rumored for the past few weeks.

Honor V30 Press Renders

Honor V30 Press Renders

So, as the press renders above reveal, the Honor V30 has a premium design with glass on the front as well as the rear. There are dual selfie cameras & a hole-punch display, so the phone has a pill-shaped hole-punch like the Samsung Galaxy S10+. In the case of the V30, the hole-punch is on the top left.

On the rear, there is a triple camera setup & the camera setup has a design similar to the Samsung Galaxy M30s. So, there is a rectangular camera module having the three camera lenses & the LED flash. There is a fingerprint scanner on the side, USB Type-C port on the bottom & no headphone jack.

While the full specifications are not known, it is already confirmed that it would be powered by the Kirin 990 SOC & the 5G variant has Kirin 990 5G. The rumored specs include an LCD panel, a 4,000mAh battery with 22.5W Fast Charging, & Android 10 with EMUI 10.

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