The Honor V30 series' launch date is confirmed, as is its 5G aspect
The Honor V30 - or View 30, depending on your location - now has a launch date. It will be revealed in full on November 26, 2019. However, the Huawei brand's president Zhao Ming also divulged several interesting points about the V20's successors ahead of this event. For one, it seems that they will have 5G support. Variants with this spec are also now touted to come with a 40-watt charging standard.
This is also now true of the Honor V30's Pro variant. The new line of phones is also associated with dual cameras in punch-hole displays (something that is also reportedly destined for the upcoming Huawei Nova 6). These screens are now also rumored to support the 90Hz refresh rate - although this is something that might be expected of devices that will also probably be powered by the new Kirin 990 chipset.
Honor also released 2 new posters of the V30 series on Weibo. However, they only show a front panel so as to promote the famous extended punch-hole; therefore, a prior leak suggesting that these phones may rock quad cameras in a Mate 20-esque rear module is still in play to date. Speaking of, the 2 new phones are now also thought to ship with a mysterious new software feature called Camera Matrix.