Honor announces first post-Huawei phone

Honor has announced the new V40 5G flagship Huawei phone. This flagship is the first after the company was sold off to a Shenzhen-based consortium of Chinese partners.  

Presently, the phone is exclusive to China; however, the V-series of Honor under “View” branding ordinarily advances toward the rest of the world.

The primary camera of V40 consists of a 1/1.56-inch 50-megapixel sensor. With a 120Hz refresh rate, the V40 includes a 6.72-inch OLED display powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. The battery of 4,000mAh can be charged at 66W with a cable and at 50W wirelessly.

As per the announcement from Huawei, it was selling off Honor in November because of enormous pressure and trouble making sure about a sufficient production network.

From Huawei, Honor was worked freely, and it depended on the parent company for quite a bit of its technology, for example, HiSense’s Kirin processors. That implied it was hit similarly as hard by US sanctions prohibiting US organizations from working with Huawei.

The V40 telephones will obviously have been being developed, however since Huawei has stripped itself of Honor. The V40’s international “View 40” version might have the option to ship with Google services on board. Since sooner than November, the V40 mobile phones will obviously have been being developed However, presently, Huawei has stripped itself of Honor. International “View 40” would permit Honor to sell mobile phones in Western markets and beyond without the tremendous weakness of depending on Huawei’s AppGallery.

Simultaneously, Honor no longer has the upside of depending on Huawei’s supply network; therefore, it will have work to do to build up itself as a reliable brand in its own right once the phones release somewhere else. Presently, China has its availability for a model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of capacity with costs beginning at 3,599 yuan (~$550).

Honor announces first post-Huawei phone
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