Honor’s new phone is equipped with Google services after a long time: Honor’s first smartphone after splitting from Huawei, the V40 5G, was supposed to be launched on January 18, but will now be launched on January 22.
According to the company, the venue has been delayed due to location issues and other issues.
But according to some rumors, the reason for Honor’s postponement of the event is to make Google Play services part of the Smartphone.
Huawei and Honor’s new smartphones lost Google services in May 2019 as a result of US sanctions, affecting device sales in various markets.
But Huawei sold the Honor and US sanctions are no longer in place.
After splitting from Huawei, Honor managed to get a Google Play Services license for its new 5G phone, at least that’s what the report claims.
Although the phone is yet to be launched, the company has promised that it will be available in China from January 22.
According to various reports, the phone will have a 6.72-inch OLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate.
The phone will have MediaTek’s Density 1000 Plus processor inside.
The back of the phone will have a setup of 4 cameras with a 50-megapixel main camera and 55-watt wireless charging support with 66-watt fast charging support.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.