Earlier this year, Honor had launched its V40 5G smartphone in China, soon after the company separated from its parent firm Huawei. Now, details about a new variant of the device have surfaced online.
Recently, it was reported that the company will soon launch Honor V40 Lite Luxury Edition and now more details about the smartphone, which is positioned to be a “Youth Edition” of the Honor V40, has been revealed.
The Honor V40 Lite Luxury Edition will reportedly have a design similar to the Huawei Nova 8 smartphone. Further, it has also been revealed that the device will come powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset.
While not much information about the smartphone is known at this time, it has been revealed that the device will be launched by the end of this year. However, the company has not yet confirmed this.
A leaked image of the upcoming Honor V40 Lite Luxury Edition shows that the phone will have a center punch-hole cutout on top of the screen for housing the front-facing camera. On the backside, there will be an oval shared-camera module with four sensors, similar to the Huawei Nova 8
Additionally, a few more Honor smartphones are in the works and are expected to go official soon, which include Honor 40S, Honor 10C, Honor X20, and Honor 40. It remains to be seen which of them makes it to the global markets.
Meanwhile, the company is also working on a new flagship smartphone which is expected to get launched in June this year. The device, which is likely to be a part of the Honor Magic lineup, will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 chipset.
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