The Honor V30 and V30 Pro were launched by Huawei’s sub-brand in December. The manufacturer does not want to stop here in this line, and is already preparing a more modest model, which should be called V30 Lite.
An Honor smartphone with model number MOA-AL00 passed the regulatory agency MIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology). As with the TENAA regulatory agency, we have access to some details and their design.
Looking at this device, the design of the camera is very similar to the rectangular module that we have already seen in the Honor V30. Looking more closely at the image, the manufacturer should not place three cameras on this model.
Of note, the V30 and V30 Pro have a hole in the screen that, in both cases, houses two front cameras. In this model we see a drop-shaped notch, which means that it will have only one camera.
Something remarkable is that there is no biometric sensor behind, and there are no signs that it is located laterally, as in the other V30s. In this case, the bet may fall on a sensor embedded in the screen, which also means that the smartphone will have an AMOLED screen, which none of the most powerful models have.
Other data from this certification reveal that the device will measure 159.07 x 74.06 x 9.04 mm, have a 6.3 inch screen and a generous 4900mAh battery. We should soon have confirmation of these and other specifications.
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