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The Honor 30S is arriving on March 30, and over a week ago, we exclusively reported that it will sport a quad camera setup on the back. Now a new report by DigitalTrends claims the main module will have a 64MP sensor.
The publication also shared an image of a promo material, which reveals the 30S will come with 3x optical zoom.
However, there’s a discrepancy between the previously leaked renders and the picture we are looking at today.
Previous images have the dual-LED flash placed next to the first camera, with the fourth snapper placed right below. However, the new picture has a single flash next to the middle camera, with the AI logo up top and fourth camera below it. We’ll have to wait for more renders to surface to be sure which one is correct.
The Honor 30S will be powered by the Kirin 820 SoC, support 5G, and charge at up to 40W. According to AnTuTu, it will boot to Android 10 and have 8GB RAM and 128GB storage onboard.
The 30S will pack a display of 2400×1080 pixel resolution, but its diagonal is currently unknown.
More details about the 30S are likely to surface in the coming days.