Today Honor launched its first smartphone after separating from Huawei at the launch event in China called Honor V40, with the phone the company has also unveiled its new MagicBook 14 and 14 notebooks with Intel’s 11 generation CPUs. According to the latest news, the Honor V40 hits a new record for Honor after it gets listed in sales.
Just after the launch, Honor V40 was available for sale and it was recorded that the handset was sold out in just 3 minutes and 46 seconds. After this, the Chinese phone maker also shared the record on its official Weibo account.
The smartphone was listed on the major online platform in China such as Honor Mall, JD.com, Tmall, etc. And now it is currently out of stock on all these channels in the country. It seems that the popularity of the Honor is still the same even after separating from its parent company Huawei.
Honor V40 specifications:
The Honor V40 sports a 6.72-inch OLED display with a Full HD+ resolution of 1236 x 2676 pixels. As shown in the previously leaked image, the display looks immersive with 80-degree curvature and a punch-hole design.
The smartphone is powered by the latest MediaTek processor which is Dimensity 1000+ with the 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and there will be 128/256GB of memory options for storing your data. It will pack a 4000mAh battery along with 66W wired fast charging and up to 45W fast wireless charging.
At the rear, Honor V40 is equipped with a quad-camera setup that comes with a 50MP lens with a Sony IMX766 sensor. The other three cameras comprise an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP camera for macro shots.
For security purposes, there is a fingerprint scanner under the display and it also supports a 2D face unlocking feature. In terms of software, the smartphone comes pre-installed with Magic UI 4.0 based Android 10 operating system.
Packed with all of these numbers of hardware, the device weighs just 184 grams and the dimension of the phone are 163.32 x 74.08 x 7.85mm. The price for the smartphones still remains a mystery and we will know more about it later or at the time of the launch.