Today, a new device from Honor has been spotted on the famous Chinese 3C Certification site. The 3C Certification usually reveals the battery or charging specifications of a device. The device has a model number, “YOK-AN10”.
As per our reports, the model mentioned above number belongs to Honor’s V40 series, expected to launch very soon. The Honor V40 series will be the Honor V30 series’s successor, which was equipped with Kirin 990 5G chipset.
It can be seen that the device will feature a maximum of 66W charging with the same charger (HW-110600C00) Huawei used in its Mate 40 series & Nova 8 series. The charger supports charging in following modes: 10W (5V, 2A), 40W (10V, 4A), & 66W (11V, 6A).
It is not confirmed whether the device (mentioned in the 3C Certification) is the standard version or the pro version. The applicant for this certification is “Honor Device Company Limited.” The issuance date of the 3C Certification is 18th December (Yesterday).
As per previous reports, it is observed that the new Honor V40 is a lot similar to Huawei’s Nova 8 series. It is expected that the device will feature a 6.72 Inches Display with Full-HD+ resolution (2400x1080p). The pro version will also feature a 120Hz refresh rate.
It will support 66W wired fast charging & 40W wireless fast charging. It may feature a primary 50MP lens. The pro version will feature a triple camera setup. There may be a Pro+ version with a Quad-camera setup. On the front side, all models are expected to feature Dual Punch-Hole.
It is expected that all three models will be launched next month.