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Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro Arrive With 5G And Triple Camera


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The Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro have been debuted. They are the first of Honor’s 5G phones, powered by the Kirin 990 chipset and come with five cameras – two at the front and three at the back.




The Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro feature 6.57” LCDs of Full HD+ resolution, with a fingerprint scanner on the side. The Honor V30 and V30 Pro share the main 40MP Sony IMX600 sensor with Dual OIS and laser AF.



The Honor V30 Pro has a 12MP sensor that’s also better tailored for video recording with its 16:9 ratio and F/2.2 lens while the Honor V30, has an 8MP F/2.4 ultrawide camera with a conventional sensor. At the front, the punch hole takes a pill shape so it can accommodate two shooters instead of one. The dual selfie camera features a 32MP main camera with Super Night Mode and another 8MP ultrawide angle camera.



The Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro come equipped with 6/8 GB RAM and 128/256 GB of storage, depending on the version. They run Magic UI 3.0.1, based on Android 10. The V30 duo have 4,100mAh batteries with support for the ultrafast 40W Honor SuperCharge, but the V30 Pro also has 27W Super Wireless Charge.

The V30 phones will come in Orange, Pearl White, Blue, Black, and the first pre-order is scheduled for December 5, while the flash sale will take place seven days later.
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