A few days ago, Honor officially announced that it will launch a new Honor Mall on January 12. This mall will be responsible for selling Honor’s devices and other services. Today, a new leak reveals that the Honor Mall will have more than just the Honor V40 at launch. According to the leak, the source code of the Honor Mall webpage contains the codename of five new products. The codenames include “York, Nobel D, Bohr D, Locke, Kanon”. From previous speculations, the codename of the Honor V40 is “York”.
This suggests that when the Honor Mall is official on January 12, we may see other devices on the shelve. The speculations are that “Nobel D, Bohr D, Locke, and Kanon” should also be the code names of Honor’s upcoming new products.
According to previous reports, Honor will launch a variety of new products. The company may have notebooks, smart screens, watches, etc at the Honor V40 conference. As of now, there is no official information regarding the products to debut at this conference.
According to previous reports, the Honor V40 will use a 6.72-inch FHD+ dual punch-hole ring screen. This 10.7bit display supports a 120Hz refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate. It also includes an under-screen fingerprint function, which is the highest specification of Honor phones so far.
In terms of core configuration, Honor V40 will use MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ processor. It will also come with a 4000 mAh battery that supports 66W wired and 45W wireless fast charging. The rear camera is a four-shot combination of 64MP main camera + 8MP ultra-wide-angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field lens.
The Honor V40 recently passed through TENAA and got a couple of other certifications. This raised speculations that the smartphone will launch soon. According to the network access certification, the Honor V40 comes with a standard Huawei HW-110600C0x charger. The charger supports up to 66W charge pump fast charging. In addition, this smartphone runs on the Android system, it will run Magic UI 4.0 + HMS based on Android 10.
This smartphone will be the first official device from Honor since its independence from Huawei. Recall that Huawei recently sold Honor as a result of the ban from the U.S. government. The company is now trying to continue its business as an entirely independent brand. However, it will retain much of Huawei’s workforce. ost likely, its designs and features will be similar to what Huawei is offering. However, it may not face the same ban situation as Huawei.