Honor X40, which was released in September, features a curved screen and a circular camera module and costs just 1,499 yuan. Now the new Honor X40 series is on the way.
Honor today announced the new Honor X40 GT, which supports 5G and is billed as a “step change benchmark.”
Sources revealed that the new machine is an upgraded version of “Max”, featuring performance game positioning, which is in line with Honor’s propaganda of “performance leapfrog benchmark” and “God of War”. The core is likely to be powered by a Snapdragon 888 processor and Samsung’s 5nm process, which is very powerful, but power consumption is a headache.
However, HONOR’s HONOR Magic3, previously released with Snapdragon 888, performs very well. It uses superconducting hexagon spel-ink technology and ultra-thin VC liquid-cooled stereo heat dissipation system. During playing King of Honor, the average temperature is 37℃ for 30 minutes. If the Honor X40 GT is powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor, it should also have excellent performance in cooling the phone.
In addition, Honor X40 GT should look similar to Honor X40. It will likely have a built-in 5000mAh battery with 66W fast charge, which is worth looking forward to.