The Honor V30 has been leaked in the recent past, and now the company has finally confirmed the launch date. The phone is set to launch in China on 26 November. The teaser poster features a dual hole-punch display in the front and almost bezel-side. The Honor V30 will come with 5G support, and previous leaks suggest that the phone will be powered by the Kirin 990 SoC, and will sport a 60-megapixel main camera. The Honor V30 Pro variant has also been leaked in the past, but so far there has been no confirmation on its launch.
The company took on Weibo to announce the launch of the Honor V30 on 26 November. The launch event will take place in Beijing, China and the teaser poster of the phone also reveals the front of the device. The poster features a dual hole punch with cut-outs on the top-left of Honor V30. The post also confirms that the phone will come with 5G support in China.
As reported by ITHOM, Honor CEO George Zhao also reiterated that the Honor V30 will launch in China on 26 November. They announced this during a live-stream to kick-out Singles Day. He also reiterated 5G support on the Honor V30 and claimed that the phone would be the first to include a feature called “Camera Matrix”. The feature was trademarked earlier this year, but what it does remains a mystery.