After much delay, the next-generation’s Honor V40 smartphone will finally break cover on January 22nd this week. As we know, the upcoming launch event will be a significant one for Honor since its the first company’s first smartphone launch since after it gained independent.
While we’re still days away from its actual unveiling, the official renders of the Honor V40 had already been published across several Chinese online retailers, offering a better visual of the device at various angles.
Much like the Honor V30 Pro, the upcoming Honor V40 Pro features a dual hole-punch cutout on its front panel. However, unlike its predecessor that comes with a flat panel, the Honor V40 Pro settles for a curved OLED panel instead.
On the back of the device, the Honor V40 employs a distinctive dual-tone paint job which sets it apart from other Honor smartphones we currently see in the market. Although we can’t really tell from the renders, but its likely to flaunt a glass back just like the V30 Pro.
Its rear package will be rounded out by a rectangular camera island that houses a triple-camera system lead by a 50 megapixels IMX766 primary shooter. As for the other three cameras, they will include an 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, 2 megapixels macro camera, as well as a 2 megapixels laser focus sensor.
Under the hood, the Honor V40 will be powered by a 5G-ready MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset which also powers some of the notable smartphones in the market including the Realme X7 Pro and Redmi K30 Ultra. Other than that, the device is also expected to support 66W fast wired charging, as well as 45W – 50W wireless charging.