Honor today unveiled its first flagship smartphone called the Honor V40 after leaving Huawei. Together with the smartphone, a new Link Turbo technology for high speed data download has been announced.
According to official information, the highest download speed in Honor’s new monster reaches 2.3 Gbps. At the press conference, the Chinese company showed a comparison of the download speed performed in the Speedtest app on Honor V40, Oppo Reno 5 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro smartphones. These measurements were carried out on China Unicom’s 5G network.
The results showed that the download speed of the Honor V40 exceeded 2Gbps. This is an average constant velocity, not a peak. Link Turbo technology automatically uses both 5G and 4G networks and Wi-Fi (2.4 + 5 GHz) to ensure seamless network connectivity in real world applications that use high bandwidth and require faster internet connectivity.
Finally faster than doubled full 12 Pro on iPhone 5G’s V40 will soon become available for sale in Turkey.
Honor V40 features
- Display: 6.72 inch screen with 2576 x 1236 pixel resolution (HRD 10+, 10.7 bit color depth, 120Hz refresh and 300Hz sampling rate)
- Processor: 7nm MediaTek Dimensity 1000 Plus chipset (Cortex-A77 + Mali-G77)
- Ram: 8GB and 12GB RAM with LPDRR4x support
- Storage: 128 / 256GB internal memory options with UFS 2.1 memory
- Rear Camera: 50-megapixel main (with RYYB filter) with f / 1.56 aperture, 8-megapixel Ultra-wide angle and 2-megapixel macro lens
- Front camera: 16 megapixel selfie camera
- Battery: 4,200 mAh battery powered by 66Wat cable and 50Wat wireless charging
- Software: Magic UI 4.0 interface based on Android 11 (GPU Turbo X graphics acceleration and Hunter Boost support)
- Other: Support for Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC and USB-C