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Honor's V40 To Be Released in China

The China’s smartphone brand, Honor, started its initial device; V40. Previously owned by Huawei, which was badly hurt by the U.S. sanctions in 2019, Honor was sold off to Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology. In this regard, Bryan Ma, vice president of devices research at IDC, said this measure helps Honor to access the components it wants for development. As stated by IDC, Honor managed to ship 64 million devices throughout the world. Honor’s new device features a 6.72-inch display screen and is capable to connect to 5G network. It is offered in a range of colors: rose gold, black and silver. Among other features are graphics and touchscreen high performance; which is good news for gamers. Honor’s V40 prices range from 3,599 yuan (128GB storage space) to 3,999 yuan (256GB). The major supplier of the Chinese smartphone is Taiwan’s MediaTek. Samira H.
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By Samira Hassanzadeh on October 19, 2021


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