On March 30, the Huawei subsidiary will unveil the world's first Kirin 820 5G smartphone. To date we have learned a lot about the Honor 30S, and despite the fact that its design has been unveiled, press renders are being released for the first time revealing every aspect of it.
The Honor 30S looks a lot like the other smartphones released this year. Its front face is moderately pointed large bezels and chin, while the screen is flat with punch hole in the upper left corner.
On the back of the smartphone there is the company logo and in the upper left corner a rectangular camera module. In the module we see four cameras, the LED flash, and the “AI” signal. In addition, under the module it is stated that the main camera is 64MP and that one of the sensors is a 3x optical zoom telephoto lens.
The Honor 30S will have side fingerprint sensor positioned on the right and on the left side we see the volume buttons on and off of the smartphone. Finally, at the bottom we can see the USB type-C port, the speaker grille, and the classic headphone jack.
Beyond what the renders reveal, we know that the Honor 30S supports 40W fast charge, has the Kirin 820 5G, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a 20: 9 screen with a resolution of 1,080 × 2,400 pixels, and will run Android 10.