Honor President Zhao Ming has stated that a 5G-connected Honor V30 will be launched next month. Ming didn’t commit to a specific date in November, but said that the phone will support Stand Alone and Non-Stand Alone modes and hinted that this phone will target a young crowd.
According to rumors, the Honor V30 Pro will be the 5G model in the line up. It will use the Kirin 990 5G chipset, which features an integrated modem. The phone will have a 60MP camera on the back and a OLED screen with dual punch holes on the front.
The Honor V30 is expected to use the 4G version of the Kirin 990 and an LCD with a single punch hole. Charging will be slower – 22.5W wired and no wireless for the vanilla model, 40W wired and 15W wireless for the Pro.
Note that neither V30 model will be able to use Google Play Services. Not that this will necessarily deter Honor from launching them outside of China.
Licensing is between Google and Huawei and not with US government. Even if there's no ban from the government if they'll not agree on any contract between companies then Huawei can't have Google services. And if there's a ban but Google agrees with H...