In recent weeks, many rumors suggested the possibility of a launch event for April 15 in which the new Honor 30 would be presented. The smartphone would also have to arrive with a 7MP Sony IMX50xx sensor.
Honor 30: First official render confirms 50MP sensor
Well, those rumors seem to have just been confirmed by GSMArena. The website would have just published the first official render of the device. In the image we can clearly read the presence of a Sony IMX700 sensor with a resolution of 50MP.
This sensor would have been produced by Sony specifically for Honor and would be one of the largest ever seen on a smartphone. We are talking about a 1 / 1.28-inch surface, very similar to what we find on the flagship of the parent company, or the Huawei P40 Pro.
The image also confirms that the 50 MP main camera will be joined by three other sensors, one of which equips a periscope lens. All this, together with the LED flash, is then integrated into a rectangular module positioned at the top left on the back cover.
In addition, we can note that the camera module has a golden outline and we have confirmation that the smartphone will use Octa PD technology. The Octa PD is an autofocus system that allows extremely sharp shots with precision in details regardless of the complexity of the scene and lighting conditions.
In any case, very little is missing from the official presentation of Honor 30 and Honor 30 Pro, we should therefore find out more details in the days to follow.