Honor V30 and V30 Pro Manual User Guide
Honor V30 and V30 Pro Manual User Guide – The company’s first 5G phone is powered by the Kirin 990 chipset and comes with five cameras, two front, and three rear. Honor V30 and V30 Pro (or View 30) pack a 6.57 inch LCD with Full HD + resolution.
Honor V30 and V30 Pro share the same primary sensor, the Sony IMX600 40MP with Dual OIS and AF laser, but the Pro version has an F / 1.6 lens, which is faster than the F / 1.8 optics on the V30.
Then there is the 8MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, F / 2.4 lens, and OIS, which are the only modules that are identical between the two. The most significant difference is in the ultrawide angle camera. Honor V30 Pro has a 12MP sensor, which is also more adapted for video recording with a 16: 9 ratio and F / 2.2 lens.
The regular model V30 has an 8MP F / 2.4 ultrawide camera with conventional sensors. At the front of the screen, the punch hole accommodates two cameras at once — 32mp primary selfie camera with Super Night Mode and another 8MP ultrawide angle camera with 105-degree FoV.
Both phones are powered by Kirin 990 5G, which is combined with 6 / 8GB RAM and 128 / 256GB storage, depending on the version. Honor V30 has a basic 7nm Kirin 990, coupled with a Balong 5000 modem, while the Pro variant has a 7nm + Kirin 990 that comes with an integrated modem.
On the software side, there is Magic UI 3.0.1 based on Android 10, plus GPU Turbo and Kirin Gaming + 2.0. Both V30 phones support 40W Honor SuperCharge ultrafast, but the V30 Pro also has 27W Super Wireless Charge. There is also a difference in battery capacity. Honor V30 comes with a 4,200 mAh power cell, while the Pro variant is only 4,100 mAh.
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