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Honor X40 is coming with curved OLED display and dual rear camera

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Honor X40 series will be introduced on September 15 (24th of Shahrivar month) and today the company released important details about one of the handsets of this family. Accordingly, on Thursday next week, we will see the unveiling of Honor X40 with an old 10-bit panel and curved edges; A phenomenon that will be unprecedented in the 9-year history of the Honor X series.

As you can see in the picture below; The infrared port and noise canceling microphone are installed next to each other and on the upper edge of the phone body; Because Honor will launch this smartphone as one of the main devices of its multi-platform ecosystem. The design of the back panel of the device is not surprising; Because Honor still adheres to the circular island pattern of the camera module in the Honor X9 and Honor X30 handsets.

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The questionable issue is that the circular module on the back of the phone hosts only 2 camera lenses and an LED flash. All these components are located in the outer ring of the module. Also, the word “Matrix AI Camera” is engraved in the empty space in the center of the ring. However, the more important thing is that the dual camera configuration has a strange appearance from an aesthetic point of view.

By examining the dual camera system in the Honor 6X and Honor 7X smartphones, we will notice that the main cameras and the depth sensor are right next to each other. But in today’s model, the camera sensors have been moved to the sides of the module, and this change in design style will lead to changes in the internal architecture of the handset.

Honor X40 poster

Dual camera configuration in Honor 6X, Honor 7X and Honor 8X smartphones

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