Honor V40


Honor’s V series should launch new models this month, but a new report says that is not the case. The release time of the new phones should be Honor V40 and Honor V40 Pro, which have been postponed to January 2021.

The information comes from the leaker Teme (@RODENT950), who is known for leaks related to Huawei and Honor. He said in a tweet posted earlier today that the Honor V40 series has been postponed to next month.

He also mentioned that the upcoming V40 mobile phones, and even the Honor 40 series, are expected to be launched in the first half of next year, all developed by Huawei.

The former Huawei subsidiary was sold to new users a few weeks ago, but before the ownership change, the development of Honor V40 and Honor 40 series phones had been going well, so there is no doubt that they were developed by Huawei.

However, since they no longer have any relationship with Huawei, we may see some changes, especially in the software field, which indicates that the brand is no longer associated with its former owner.

The Honor V40 series should be launched in countries other than China as the Honor View 40 series. If the release is not delayed, the View 40 series should be released in Europe and other markets within a few months, but the release has been delayed now, and the View 40 series should be released later.

Unlike the previous Honor V series smartphones, this smartphone uses the same flagship Kirin processor as the Huawei Mate flagship launched a few months ago, and it is reported that the V40 series will not use the Kirin 9000 processor.

There is no news about the processor in the new phone, but there are rumors that may come from MediaTek.