Last month, Huawei sold its HONOR sub-brand to a consortium of more than 30 agents and distributors. The first batch of flagship smartphones sold by the brand is expected to be the HONOR V40 series. There is not much information about these phones. But since one of the models has now been 3C certified, we hope that they will be listed on TENAA soon.
According to 3C certification, the upcoming HONOR V40 device of model YOK-AN10 will support 66W fast charging. According to the charger model (HW-110600C00) and output rate, the charging protocol should be HUAWEI 66W SuperCharge, which debuted on the HUAWEI Mate40 series.
But since Huawei no longer owns HONOR, the latter can use different brands for the charging technology, such as OPPO (SuperVOOC), OnePlus (Warp) and realme (SuperDart).
Not only that, we also hope that the HONOR V40 series can run Magic UI 4, which is a branch of EMUI 11 based on Android 10.
In other words, despite parting ways with Huawei, we still hope that HONOR will use the technology of its former parent company for the time being.
This is because these upcoming devices should have been in development for several months. In other words, in addition to 3C, this special HONOR V40 model has also obtained MIIT certification.
In addition, we know its code name-YORK. We hope to learn more about this device and other models in the series in the next few days.