Honor V30 Pro now receiving DxOMark firmware update

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If you are a Honor V30 Pro user, you may want to pay attention to the latest 170 version update. A major highlight of this version is the updated camera software version (including DxOMark update). On March 9, the Huawei pollen club announced that the Honor V30 Pro update is now rolling out in batches.

Since this version covers the DxOMark update, in theory, the Honor V30 Pro will have better shooting effects after the update. According to the test results released in January this year, the DxOMark score of this phone is 122 points. For images, it scores 133 points while it got 100 points for videos.

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In addition, this update also optimizes system stability, making the mobile phone more stable. From the textual description of the firmware alone, this is a very worthwhile update.


The Honor V30 Pro uses a 6.57-inch dual-camera eye-catching screen. It has the TUV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification and introduces the eye-protection paper book mode for the first time. In addition, it comes with the “zero-touch” unlocking on the side and integrates the fingerprint key with the power button. This series comes with Kirin 990 series chips which support 5G dual-mode for NSA + SA dual network. It also supports all six frequency bands of the three major operators in China.

This smartphone uses a 40MP super-sensitive main camera (1/7 inch, RYYB sensor, OIS optical stabilization, f / 1.6), 8MP telephoto lens (3x optical zoom, OIS optical image stabilization, f / 2.4), laser sensor and a 12MP independent movie lens. Such a camera configuration is sufficient to meet the needs of daily photographing scenes.

The V30 Pro uses an 8mm PC-grade heat pipe with a built-in 4200 mAh battery (Pro version 4100mAh). It supports 40W super-fast charging which delivers 70% in 30 minutes. It also supports 27W wireless super-fast charging and 7.5W reverse charging. The batter specification is quite good.

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