Despite their end of terms with Google services, Huwaei’s R&D has been working a lot to offer a lot on the table. We have been hearing news about a new Honor Vera30 (also known as Honor V30 in China) device, but all the company has revealed so far is that it will come with the Kirin 990 5G. Despite this, there was no information regarding the design, price, or other specifications. Finally, an image has surfaced online via Weibo, which shows the design on the front panel of this upcoming device.
Honor View20 had a punch-hole display for the front camera, and a similar approach is maintained here with the Honor Vera30, too. However, the difference is that instead of having a single lens, we see a dual-lens setup on the punch hole of the Vera30’s display. Taking a closer look at it, we see that the side bezels have trimmed down a lot as compared to its predecessor. There is also a slight curve on the edge of the display, meaning we will not have a flat display like the View20. Even the bezels on the bottom have reduced a lot, with absolutely no bezel at all on the top. The top looks so seamless that it will make everyone wonder where the speaker is. Just below the top of the display, a bit towards the left-hand side, we see a cutout with two cameras on it. Nothing is out regarding what will be their Megapixel count or aperture size. Currently, only the device’s design is uncertain, as this has not come as official news from the company.
A teaser image for the launch of Honor V30 5G (or Vera30 5G) has surfaced through the official Weibo account of the Huawei fan club, which reveals the company may announce the Vera30 series at the end of October. So we will have to wait a month to see this device in all its glory when it finally launches.