Honor V40

Honor Terminal Company will hold the Honor V40 conference next Monday. Its latest video showed that the phone comes with a 1 billion color retina-level super-sensing screen and a 50-megapixel super-sensing lens.

Honor V40

At present, the Honor V40 has opened appointment on the Jingdong Mall, and has passed the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and 3C certifications. From these two, we know that it supports up to 66W c fast charging, and runs Android. In December last year, a Honor smartphone with a model YOK-AN10 passed the Rheinland Safe Fast Charge certification. This phone should be the Honor V40. The certificate shows that the machine will support 50W wireless fast charging.

Honor V40

According to the previous leaks, the Honor V40 series will sport the MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus chip. Moreover, its screen should support 120Hz refresh rate as well as a 300Hz touch sampling rate.

Today, apart from the official news, we also got the leaked photo of the machine. We can see that it uses a large curved ring screen with double holes on the front. The back carries a matrix-style big eye quad-camera solution. The overall appearance is very unique, with excellent texture and high recognition.

Honor V40

Well, we have heard that the phone will sport a quad-camera consisting of a 64MP main camera (or 50 MP RYYB main camera) + 8Mp ultra-wide angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field lenses combination.

The front camera will come with a 32MP wide-angle selfie lens and a 16MP portrait lens.

The Honor V40 should have a screen of 6.72 inches and a resolution of FHD+. It is also equipped with a fingerprint recognition under the screen.

In other aspects, the Honor V40 will sport a LPDDR4x memory and a UFS2.1 flash storage technology, a built-in 4000mAh (typical) battery.

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