Huawei's subsidiary prepares to launch its latest flagship of the year, the Honor V30. This equipment will certainly be marketed in China, but its coming to Europe is not yet a certainty.
According to what GSMArena is advancing today, the Honor V30 will be effectively sold also in Europe and we should be curious to know its camera. This is because its sources cited two records made by Huawei with the European Union Intellectual Property Institute.
"Cine-Lens" and "Camera Matrix" lenses should be part of Honor V30
Even before the Huawei Mate 30 Pro was introduced, the Chinese company registered the brands "Cine-Lens" and "Camera Matrix". The first of these made its debut in this high end, but the second has not yet been released to the market.
According to GSMArena sources, the "Camera Matrix" lens will make its market debut on the Honor V30. Its purpose is not yet known, but it is said to be something to look forward to.
When registering the "Camera Matrix" mark it was suggested that this had to do with the square position of the mobile phone sensors. We'll have to wait for your presentation to learn more about the purpose of this new sensor.
Honor V30 comes to Europe with or without Google services?
This is the question that persists after it has been mentioned that the Honor V30 can reach the old continent. Huawei's problems with the US prevent it from using Google products. The same reason Huawei Mate 30 Pro is not yet on our shelves.
So will Honor have the experience of launching a smartphone without Google services in Europe? Or did Huawei perform any maneuver that would allow it to use these services on our continent?
Honor V30 specifications
- "Screen hole" LCD screen for front camera
- Kirin 990 Processor
- Triple camera with 60MP main lens
- 4000mAh battery
- 22.5W SuperCharge Charging
The respective Pro version will have some improvements over this model. Among the differences we can highlight its OLED display, 5G network compatibility, 4200mAh battery and 40W fast charging.
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