Honor will be launching the Honor 30S smartphone on March 30. It will be the world’s first phone to come equipped with the Kirin 820 5G chipset. Recent leaks have revealed the rear design of the device. Fresh set of renders have surfaced on Weibo to reveal its front and rear design in full glory. Another leak has revealed the camera details of the Honor 30S phone.
Past reports have revealed that the Honor 30S will be arriving in white and orange color editions. Newly spotted renders show that It will be also available in black and green colorways. The rear shell of the device can be seen flaunting the trendy rectangle-shaped camera system. It comprises four cameras, an LED flash and AI branding.
The camera setup includes a 64-megapixel primary lens and a telephoto sensor that delivers 3x optical zoom. The design of the Honor 30S’ rear is inspired from the wings of butterflies. The side view of the phone reveals its camera bump.
The images confirm that the Honor 30S is equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint reader. The front view of the phone shows that it has a punch-hole screen. Since the handset has a side-facing fingerprint sensor, it appears that the phone features an LCD display.
The specifications of the Honor 30S are currently under the wraps. The company recently confirmed that it will be arriving with support for 40W rapid charging. The smartphone was recently spotted on AnTuTu benchmarks with 375K+ average benchmarking score. The performance of the Kirin 820 5G SoC was found to be better than Snapdragon 765G and around 22,000 points less than Kirin 980. The AnTuTu listing revealed that the Honor 30S runs on Android 10 and is equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Its display supports 1080 x 2400 pixels and 20:9 aspect ratio.