Honor Broadcasts Its First Post-Huawei Phone

Honor Broadcasts Its First Post-Huawei Phone

Honor has declared the new flagship phone V40 5G, the first since Huawei sold the organization to a Shenzhen-based consortium of Chinese accomplices. The phone is right now exclusive to China. However, Honor’s V-series advances toward the rest of the world under the “View” brand name. 

The V40 has a 6.72-inch OLED screen with a refresh pace of 120 Hz and the makers power it by a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. The primary camera has a 1/1.56 inch 50 megapixel sensor and the 4,000 mAh battery can be remotely charged at 50W or at 66W with a link. 

Huawei presented it was advancing off Honor in November, resulting from “huge pressure” and an issue in making sure about an adequate give chain. While Honor was operated freely from Huawei, it depended on the guardian firm for a lot of its expertise, similar to HiSense’s Kirin processors. That implied it was hit basically as arduous by US sanctions prohibiting US firms from doing endeavor with Huawei.


Honor no longer has the advantage of relying on Huawei’s supply chain. So there will still be a lot of work to be done to build itself as a powerful brand in its own right once the phones are introduced elsewhere.

It is presently available in China at prices starting at 3,599 yuan (~ $550) for a model with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. 3,999 yuan (~ $620) increases the storage to 256GB.