Honor V30 5G (OXF-AN10) Geekbench Appearance Reaffirms Kirin 990 SoC and Android 10

Honor V30 5G Renders

Honor V30 5G smartphone has appeared on Geekbench, confirming some key specs today. The smartphone is slated to go official alongside the Honor V30 Pro 5G on November 26.

While the company has already confirmed that the Honor V30 series will be powered by Kirin 990, the Geekbench benchmarking listing of the phone is just a reconfirmation.

The Geekbench listing of the Honor V30 5G (model number of OXF-AN10) has revealed that it has scored in the single-core test and 12,221 in the multi-core test. The OXF-AN10’s phone chipset is assisted by 8 GB of RAM. The device is loaded with Android 10 OS.

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The Honor V30 5G has recently received certification from the 3C body of China. The 3C appearance of the phone had revealed that it would be shipping with 40W fast charger. When it comes to 5G connectivity, both Honor V30 and V30 Pro phones are expected to support dual mode 5G.

Honor V30 5G

Past reports have revealed that the Honor V30 will be coming with a 60-megapixel triple camera system. On the other side, the Honor V30 Pro is expected to arrive with 60-megapixel quad cameras. Both phones are expected to feature a rectangle-shaped camera module on their back.

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The Honor V30 could be featuring a punch-hole display with an elliptical pill-shaped camera cutout with dual front-facing cameras. It is rumored to be equipped with an IPS LCD display. Its leaked renders have revealed that it is fitted with a side-mounted fingerprint reader.

The V30 Pro could be also featuring a punch-hole cutout two front-facing cameras. Rumors have it that the phone could be featuring an OLED screen. The Honor V30 is rumored to come with a 4,000mAh battery. On the other side, the V30 Pro could be backed by a 4,200mAh battery. Hopefully, the Honor V30 series is likely to appear on TENAA with full specifications in the coming days.

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