Honor, the Huawei sub brand known for making some really cool mid-range smartphone is at it again but this time it’s more of a leak about the Honor 30 Lite 5G which is being tipped to be announced by July in China as the Honor 30 Youth while being called the Honor 30 Lite 5G in the international market.
There is in fact a leaked image of what to finally expect by the time this device finally makes it to the market as well as the hardware specifications of the device. While there is said to be some relationship in terms of specs and design with the Huawei Enjoy Z 5G as far as the rear design is concerned, nothing much is fully known just yet about the smartphone but below are few things we know about the Honor 30 Lite 5G based on leak. For photography, there will be a 16MP selfie camera. The rear camera setup is made up of a 48MP main sensor teaming up with an 8MP and 2MP sensor.
The design model of the smartphone from the back has a triple camera setup which is placed in a rectangular module right at one side corner of the device and the back has an impression of sunbeams which are radiating from top to bottom of the back of the smartphone
Other things known based on leak about the Honor 30 Lite 5G includes the device sporting a 6.5-inch display which is definitely going to be an IPS LCD since that’s what Honor smartphones are usually made with. The front facing selfie camera is expected to be housed in a hole-punch cut out while the screen resolution is expected to be a Full HD+ with 1080 x 2400 pixels with aspect ratio of 20:9 and 90Hz refresh rate which is definitely not bad for a”Lite” smartphone right.
Under the hood of the Honor 30 Lite 5G according to the leak is a MediaTek MT6873 chipset with Dimensity 800 while other vital information such as the device’s RAM and storage wasn’t leaked out. But the power of the smartphone would be derived from a 4,000mAh battery which would have support for 22.5W fast charging which is definitely not bad.
And of course EMUI 10.1 skin with AOSP should not be surprising as it seems Huawei might never partner up with Google again since the company had successfully built it’s own ecosystem right away from Google’s Android but rather depends on the AOSP (Android Open Source Project)