Honor V40 phones arrive with two chipsets in mid-December

Just Back in October, we saw a teaser about the Honor V40 series that shows that the brand is still interested in making smartphones despite the problems faced by its parent company Huawei.

Today we know a bit more about the upcoming lineup, thanks to one leakster in China – the lineup will come in December and Honor will split the chipsets – some units are getting Dimensity 1000+, others will stick to the Kirin 9000.

The series will also bring 66W charging over a wire and 40W wirelessly – both of which would be a first for an Honor flagship. Rumored specs also include a refresh rate of 120 Hz, two front-facing cameras behind a hole in a Full HD + display, and a 50-megapixel main camera with a RYYB sensor.

Honor’s flagships always borrowed some solutions from the Huawei box of goodies and their P and Mate devices. Usually, Honor manages to combine a lot of flagship hardware with an attractive price. So we look forward to the Honor V40 unveiling next month, hopefully followed by a global launch.

Source: Manufacturer’s Website

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