Honor launched the V40 in China last month as its first device after it has separated from Huawei. The was just certified at the Eurasian Economic Commission, meaning it is inching closer to a global launch.
More interestingly the phone was accompanied by four more devices at the EEC.
The HJC-LX9C and NZA-LX9 could be the global variants of two phones that have been certified on TENAA but not yet officially announced - the HJC-AN00 and NZA-AN00. Our source claimed the first one is the Huawei nova 8 SE but with a Dimensity 800U chipset, while the latter does not have a name but will bring a basic 6.6” HD+ screen and triple cameras on the back.
The CHL-LX1 and NTN-LX1 are entirely new handsets that will arrive on the shelves of Eurasian countries like Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Armenia. There are zero specs known about these phones, but we hope we’ll learn more in time.
No signs of huawei phones.. am sad...
Absolutely agree. This is the best phone that I used so far. Even better than Samsung Note 9 on Snapdragon which I owned for 6 months. Very stable software without lags after 1.5 years. Installed google services though, did it once and all updates ...
Please launch with EMUI Skin