The V40 has a 6.72-inch OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is powering by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor.
The primary camera has a 1/1.56-inch 50-megapixel sensor. The 4,000mAh battery is wirelessly charged at 50W or at 66W with a cable.
Tremendous drop in sale
The reason that Huawei selling off Honor in November is due to the tremendous pressure and difficulty in securing an adequate supply chain.
More marketing value
Although the Honor was open for rating independently from Huawei, it actually relies on the parent company. In terms of so much of its technology, such as HiSense’s Kirin processors.
US sanctions banning US companies on doing business with Huawei. Hence, it was hit very hard to the Huawei company.
The V40 phones were in development since earlier than November.
However, Huawei divests itself from Honor.
Therefore, the international “View 40” version of the V40 will be having the Google service.
Available in Western markets
Thus, it would allow Honor to sell phones in Western markets. Furthermore, it will be no relying on Huawei’s AppGallery.
In fact, the app gallery which still can’t compete with Google’s Play Store outside of China, where Google has no presence.
Stronger and better brand
At the same time, Honor no longer relying on Huawei’s supply chain. Thus, it’s going to have work to do. This is to establish itself as a strong brand in its own right. When the phone is officially launched, it will be getting more fame in the brand.
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