Honor V40 renders have been revealed, just days before its official launch on the 22nd of January. Official renders of this device show a variety of colors from peach, black to blue and silver colors.
According to reports from the company made through a Weibo post, the Honor V40 will launch on the 22nd of January, after a number of equipment related issues forced the company to postpone the launch which was earlier scheduled for the 18th of January.
The Honor V40 renders show a device with triple rear cameras, curved edges and a pill-shaped cutout in the top left corner of the display. It is expected to have a 6.72” OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and operate on the Android 10 with UI 4.0. Certain sources suspect that this device may bear a 50MP primary sensor assisted by a 32MP sensor and a 16MP sensor.
It is also expected to offer 8GB of RAM, with 128/256GB of ROM. The Honor V40 may feature a 4,000mAh battery that charges at 66W (wired) and 45W (wireless).
There are still a number of details that are yet to be revealed by the company, from the price range to the smartphone’s processor just to name a few. However, all of these details will be revealed on the 22nd when this device launches in China.
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