Chinese smartphone maker Honor released the V40 series phones on January 22, the first products released after Honor's independence from Huawei.
Honor V40 is equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor and built-in 4000mAh battery. It supports 66W super-fast charging, which can charge up to 60% in 15 minutes, and the high-end version supports 50W wireless fast charging.
Honor V40 supports 5G dual-SIM standby for all bands of China's four major carriers with download speeds of up to 2GB per second.
It features a 6.72-inch screen, weighs 186 grams, is 8.04 mm thick, and is available in three colors.
The screen has a resolution of 1,236x2,676, supports a 120Hz screen refresh rate and HDR10.
It packs a 50MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera, together with a laser focus sensor.
The Honor V40 is priced at RMB 3,599 ($556) for the 8+128GB version and RMB 3,999 for the 8+256GB version, and goes on sale on January 22.
At the end of last year, Huawei sold Honor as a whole, saying Huawei does not hold any shares of Honor after the delivery, nor does it participate in the management and decision-making.