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Honor V40 design revealed, to come with curved edge display and thin frame

Honor V40

Honor is all set to roll out its new flagship V40 phones on January 12 and now, before the reported launch, the new posters of the V40 have been seen online that reveals all the key details about the phone’s design and display.

Now, as per the latest poster which has been doing rounds on Weibo, the V40 will be launched with an curved edge display. The poster goes on to show a portion of the bottom edge and the left side of the alleged Honor V40 where there will be a SIM card slot as well as a USB-C port that lies towards the bottom side of the smartphone. 

Now, as per rumours, the Honor V40 could come with a 6.72-inch screen FHD+ display that will be at the top-left corner of the screen would come with a pill-shaped cut out. 

There are also rumours that say that the Honor V40 will be launched with the latest Kirin 9000 chipset. There will be another Honor V40 Pro that could get a MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset. Flip the back, the V40 will come with a triple-camera setup, while the V40 Pro could come with a quad-camera array. There are also reports that suggest that the V40 series could feature a 50-megapixel primary camera sensor.

This device was spotted on the Chinese 3C certification website, and we can see it will come with 66W fast charging support. There were leaked renders that showed that the smartphone will come with a dual hole-punch cutout display with curved edges. 

And, the smartphone will also sport a quad-camera setup that will be inside a circular module which also comes with an LED flash placed between the four sensors that will be placed inside the module.

Apart from all these details, we do not know any more details. All we can do is to wait for January 12 for the series to be launched. 

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