The Honor V40 series is expected to launch soon in China. Under the series, the company is expected the launch the Honor V40, V40 Pro, and V40 Pro+. Details about the V40 series have surfaced online. The latest development reveals the wireless charging capabilities of the standard V40. The Honor V40 has visited the TUV Rheinland certification website. The listing has revealed the wireless fast charging capabilities of the device. The Honor V40 will come with 50W wireless fast charging, according to the TUV Rheinland Certification website. Let’s take a look at the Honor V40 listing on the TUV Rheinland Certification, leaked specifications, and other details.
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Honor V40 spotted on TUV Rheinland certification website ahead of launch
Honor is expected to debut the V40 series soon. Three smartphones are expected to launch under the V40 series in China. These include the standard V40, V40 Pro, and V40 Pro+. Ahead of the launch confirmation, the V40 has visited the TUV Rheinland Certification website.
The listing reveals that the V40 will come with 50W wireless fast charging support. Other details such as battery capacity have not been mentioned on the TUV Rheinland website. The phone was spotted on the 3C certification website, which revealed that it will support 66W fast charging.
The device is likely to launch on January 12. A screenshot of the beta test revealed that the V40 will come with a 120Hz refresh rate display. A separate leaked render Another leaked render showed the phone’s display has a pill-shaped a dual hole-punch cutout with curved edges. It also sports a circular module on the back housing a quad-camera setup. The LED flash is placed between the four sensors inside the module.
Honor V40 Pro, V40 Pro+ specifications (leaked)
Honor is also expected to launch the V40 Pro and V40 Pro+ alongside the standard V40. Tipster Rodent950 recently claimed that the V40 series will sport a 6.72-inch Full HD+ curved display. As mentioned above, the display will have a pill-shaped camera cutout for dual front cameras.
The V40 Pro is likely to feature Huawei’s in-house Kirin 9000 chipset. The V40 Pro+, on the other hand, could come with a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset. On the back, the V40 Pro could feature a triple-camera setup, whereas the Pro+ model will sport a quad-camera array. Honor is said to equip the V40 series with a 50MP primary camera sensor.
This is all the information we have on the Honor V40 series at the moment. We will keep you updated with the specifications and features as we get more details. What are your thoughts on the Honor V40 series? Do let us know in the comments below.