The Chinese company “Honer” officially unveiled the Honor V40 date, which supports the fifth generation technology, on January 12. Honor posted a video on the Weibo website, which provides an overview of the device
The Chinese company “Honer” officially unveiled the Honor V40 date, which supports 5G technology, on January 12.
And “Honor” posted a video on the site “Weibo” offers a look at the future device, because the smartphone contains a curved screen with a hole in the upper left corner for the selfie camera.
The phone has keys to adjust the volume and power button on the right, and at the bottom, there is a USB-C port surrounded by the SIM card slot, microphone and speaker.
Reports indicated that the V40 will look similar to the Huawei nova 8 Pro 5G, however, Honer has not yet revealed other details about the V40’s specifications, while reports have revealed that the smartphone will be powered by a Dimensity 1000+ processor. SoC with screen. 120 Hz.
The Honor V40 is set to launch with a 66W wireless charger, however, the battery capacity is still unknown.
Huawei announced in November that it had sold its “Honor” smartphone brand to a local consortium due to huge pressure on its supply chain as a result of US sanctions.
The “Honor” brand was bought by a consortium of 40 companies that includes agents, distributors and other companies whose lives depend on this brand, as announced by Huawei and the consortium in two separate statements.