Honor V40 Has Passed Rheinland Certification: 40W Wireless Charging

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An Honor model with the model YOK-AN10 passed the Rheinland Fast Charging Certification on December 31, 2020, and supports up to 50W wireless charging. It is reported that this Honor model is the upcoming Honor V40 Prior to this, Honor had a new wireless charger that appeared.

The highest power reached 45W, so the outside world believes that the Honor V40 wireless charging power will reach 45W. However, according to the Rheinland certification information, the wireless charging power of this phone has reached 50W, and the wireless charger that matches it is likely to be upgraded to 50W and backward compatible.

In addition to wireless charging, the Honor V40 will also be equipped with 66W wired super-fast charging, which has now passed 3C certification. According to previously exposed information, this phone will be equipped with Dimensity 1000+ processor. When running “Peace Elite”, the median frame rate can reach 90 frames, and the frame rate stability rate is 95%, which also represents the support of Honor V40 The 90Hz mode of “Peace Elite”.

It is worth noting that the rendering of this exposure also shows that the side frame of the Honor V40 is very narrow, which should not be enough to be equipped with physical power, volume, and other buttons. Combined with the previously appeared design drawings, the HonorV40 will use the power button + The design of virtual volume buttons.

At present, Honor V40 (YOK-AN10) has been certified by the Tenna of the Principality and is named Honor Terminal. The certification information shows that the machine will be equipped with a 66W fast charging source adapter and support 45W wireless fast charging. It is reported that Honor V40 is expected to be released in January.

Read Also: HonorV40 will be officially launched on January 12

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