Just like the Huawei Nova 6 5G we just wrote about, the Honor V30 is another device that has been appearing online quite a bit in the last days. The upcoming phone did indeed get spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA. We then had it getting a network access certificate. While today the smartphone gets its official 3C certification.
More importantly though, from this last show up we got to learn a very interesting feature about the device – it’s charging speed. As you’ve probably read in the title, the Honor V30 will indeed feature 40W fast charging. We can see the data in the image above in the sixth column; specifically where we read “10VDC, 4A MAX”. This means the smartphone will charge at 10V/4A, or 40W in other words.
Currently, Honor’s V20 series only supports 22.5W fast charge. So, a jump to 40W would be really impressive for Huawei’s sub-brand flagship phone. Chinese media also suggest that this implies the battery will be quite large as well.
Honor’s V30 is expected to launch next month as the company’s president himself revealed a couple days back. Zhao Ming did indeed confirm the smartphone will be announced in November and that it will be their first 5G device.
Other specs on the Honor V30 should include a powerful Huawei Kirin 990 5G chip, dual front cameras and a 90Hz high refresh rate display. We also expect to find a second to none rear camera setup with four shooters and a 60MP main sensor.