Honor V40 finally gets a launch date
The Honor V40 is tipped to be powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000+ chipset and come with 66W fast charging technology.
The Honor V40 has been in the news for quite some time now. Reports in the past have detailed the features and specifications of Honor's upcoming smartphone. Now, a new report sheds light on the launch date of the phone.
Launch date aside, the Honor V40 is expected to come with a 120Hz display. However, a Game Bench listing indicates that it will come with a 90Hz display for enhanced gaming performance instead of a 120Hz display. Leaked images of the Honor V40 hints towards the phone coming with a curved screen display with a dual selfie camera system that is housed inside a pill-shaped camera module that is placed towards the left side of the display.
In terms of performance, the Honor V40 is tipped to be powered by MediaTek's Dimensity 1000+ chipset and come with a standard Huawei HW-110600C0x charger with support for up to 66W charge pump fast charging. On the software front, the phone is expected to run on Google's Android mobile operating system but there is no whether or not it features support for Google Mobile Service (GMS).
As far as the rear camera setup is concerned, the Honor V40 is likely to come with a quad-rear camera system with an LED flash that is housed inside a circular camera module that is placed in the centre at the back. This camera module is likely to include a 50MP primary sensor, details about other camera sensors remain scarce as of now.
Beyond this, nothing much is known about Honor's upcoming phone as of now. More details are likely to emerge as the Huawei V40 launches next week.