Honor has recently confirmed that the next high-end of the V series will be named Honor Vera30. It will be released as Honor's first 5G smartphone. That said, this device will have many attractions. One of them could be something that the next week's Mate 30 eventually doesn't have yet, ie a 90Hz screen.
Honor Vera30 arrives with a fantastic 90Hz screen
Several manufacturers of smartphones in China they are preparing to launch devices with 90Hz displays. They ensure a much smoother viewing experience when playing, watching movies or in normal daily use. Remember that the recently made OnePlus 7 Pro came with a 90Hz screen. The main smartphone of OPPO that arrives next month, should also bet on this feature. However, the next Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 should also have this refresh rate.
The Honor V30 will arrive as the successor of last year's Honor V20 smartphone. Honor V20 supports 64-bit games at 60fps. Therefore, the Honor V30 with its 90Hz refresh rate and the powerful Kirin 990 5G chipset will ensure a better overall gameplay experience and beyond.
There is no information about the specifications of Honor Vera30. However, some information circulating over the Internet reveals that it should come equipped with a round-shaped rear camera module, such as the Mate 30 Pro. Also like the new Mate it should come with the latest EMUI-based Android 10, but may not have support for Google apps. However, it seems that there is already a solution to this.
At the IFA 2019 technology event, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Richard Yu told the press that the company is working on a solution to bring Google applications to the Mate 30 range after launch.
Yu noted that Huawei is looking for possibilities to allow users to install Google applications on the open-source version of Android coming in Mate 30. He also said that the process of installing these applications will be “quite easy” due to the nature. open source for this operating system. The Huawei official also said that there are several programmers working on this. Oddly enough this is not something new.
Meizu, a well-known brand of smartphones in China, allows users to install Google services through their own app store. So Huawei may be working on a similar solution for the Mate 30 range and upcoming mobile devices.