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Honor V40 is launching on January 18

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Today, Honor confirmed through a Weibo post that it will be launching the Honor V40 smartphone on Jan. 18 in China. In November, Huawei sold its Honor sub-brand and allowed it to establish as an independent company. The Honor V40 will be debuting as the company’s first phone after its separation from the parent brand.

Beginning from today, the Honor V40 is now available for reservations through offline and online platforms such as JD.com, Tmall, Suning, and the all-new Honor Mall in China. The Honor V40’s poster that has been released by the company showcases its front design.

Honor V40 poster-

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As can be seen, the Honor V40’s screen has curved edges and its top-left corner has a cutout for the two front-facing cameras. Recent reports have claimed that the Honor V40 will be equipped with the same 6.72-inch OLED panel that is available on the Huawei Nova 8 Pro. The Honor V40’s display may carry support for a 120Hz refresh rate and a 300Hz touch sampling rate. The screen could be equipped with a fingerprint reader.

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The Honor V40 may arrive with a 32-megapixel + 16-megapixel dual selfie camera setup. The back panel of the phone may feature a 64-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel quad-camera system. Contradictory reports claim that instead of a 64-megpaixel lens, it may feature a Sony IMX766 50-megapixel camera.

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chipset is expected to power the device with 8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128 GB / 256 GB of UFS 2.1 storage. The 4,000mAh battery of the phone may carry support for 66W fast charging. The handset is also rumored to arrive with support for 45W wireless charging. The device may come preinstalled with Magic UI 4.0 based Android 10 OS. It is speculated that the company may also unleash another V40 series phone alongside the Honor V40.
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