Honor V40 and Huawei nova8 camera styling exposure: or released in December

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According to the pace of Huawei’s product line release, following the Mate40 flagship series in October, Huawei will focus on the people-friendly nova series. In early November, the new member of the Huawei family nova8 SE was the first to release. Well-known digital bloggers revealed that both Huawei and Honor will release new phones in December. The former is the familiar nova 8 series, while the latter is the Honor V40 series.

Foreign media broke the news that Teme recently exposed a set of back camera designs of the Honor V40 series and the Nova 8 series. As can be seen from the figure, the back design of the two mobile phones adopts the design language of a gimbal main camera and multiple auxiliary lenses, and the arrangement is basically the same, except that the Honor V40 uses a rectangular camera design, and NOVA8 uses The design is a rounded rectangle.

The lens design on the back of the Honor V40 is no longer the matrix three-camera design on the Honor V30 series, but a gimbal camera module design similar to the vivo X50 Pro.

Let’s take a look at the front of the phone. Earlier, it was revealed that the front of the Honor V40 Pro adopts a curved screen design close to a waterfall screen, with a double punch design.

It is reported that in the core parameter configuration, the high-end version of the Honor V40 series V40 Pro+ is expected to be equipped with the same Kirin 9000 chip of the Mate40Pro, and the same 66W super fast charge of the Mate40Pro; the main camera follows the RYYB 50 million pixels, and the front lens may use similar The dual-camera selfie “pill” design of the V30 series; in addition, the Honor V40 series is likely to continue to adopt the dual-chip solution of the V30 series.


Combining the doll design of Nova 6 and Honor V30, as well as the similar back design language currently exposed, this year’s Nova 8 is likely to continue to be consistent with the Honor V40 series in core configuration, but with more adjustments in appearance.

The Honor V40 and Huawei Nova 8 are likely to be launched in December this year, and the price is expected to start at 3,000. Users who want to pursue cost performance and Kirin chips can squat and pay attention!