Honor shares more renders of upcoming Honor 30S

Honor shared a few more renders of their upcoming Honor 30S, which will be unveiled later today.

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Today in the afternoon, at 19:00 Beijing hour (UTC+8), Honor is set to launch their first smartphone of the year, the Honor 30S. Following a number of teasers and information shared by the company on Weibo, we know the Honor 30S is a mid-range device featuring Huawei’s newest mid-range SoC, the Kirin 820, which is compatible with 5G. We also know, through other teasers, that this SoC features the same ISP (Image Signal Processor) seen on the Kirin 990/Kirin 990 5G, ISP 5.0, which pioneers block-matching and 3D filtering (BM3D). Thanks to this noise reduction technology, the camera can take high-quality pictures, keeping most of its details, even when zooming, and with vivid colours.

On the back of the phone, we find a quad-camera set-up, with a main camera of 64MP, and a zoom of up to x3. On the front, we find a punch-hole camera on the top left. Lastly, we also find a side-mounted fingerprint reader on the power button, as seen on the Honor 20 series or the Nova 5T, as well as 40W wired charging.

On these latest renders, we can see more of the front of the device, with the screen covering most of its surface. We can also clearly see the grill speaker at the top of the phone, and the punch-hole front camera on the top left. However, it appears the chin, at the bottom of the phone, remains quite big and noticeable.

Honor also mentions that today’s launch will feature three new products, with one of them being the Honor 30S. The second product is probably the Honor Play 9A, which was also teased some days ago.

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