Huawei might have trouble launching its phones with Google services, but its R&D department is working at full steam. We’ve already reported the upcoming Honor V30 will have 5G, which shouldn’t be a surprise, but the latest leak, coming from China, gives us a sneak peek of what to expect.
According to some insiders, the V30 device will have a punch hole display, just like the Honor V20 (View 20 on the global scene), but this time it will have two shooters, instead of one, a spy picture reveals.
The screen appears to have slightly curved edges on the screen, with the side bezels still visible, which is also a slight improvement from the View 20 that had a completely flat panel. The chin appears to be thinner than the predecessor, while the top leaves practically no room for speaker whatsoever, meaning once again it will make its way in the actual frame.
Honor usually launches its V lineup late in the year, so it should be at least a month before we hear more details about the V30 and if it will make it to the global scene under the eventual name View 30. Right now, the company is betting on Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro, both of which run Google services, unlike the current flagships of the parent company Huawei.