Honor V40 Screen Leaked: The Touch Sampling Rate Exceeds 270Hz

The Honor V40 series is expected to be officially released in January next year. Recently, there have been more and more revelations about this phone. According to a Weibo blogger, the Honor V40 uses a high-refresh rate, flexible and ultra-clear screen. Moreover, the touch sampling rate exceeds 270Hz.

The leaked picture shows that compared to the 180Hz screen touch sampling rate model, the Honor V40 has almost doubled the number of screen marking points. Its screen touch sampling rate is expected to reach more than 270Hz. When two robotic arms or two fingers swipe across the screen at the same speed, the higher the screen sampling rate, the more sensitive the screen feedback and the system will record more points. The faster the sliding speed, the shorter the time your finger stays on the screen and the sparser the points. Otherwise, it will be denser.

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The touch sampling rate is a parameter index that measures the “following chirality” of the screen. The higher the touch sampling rate, the faster the screen touch response speed will be. According to previous leaked news, the Honor V40 is expected to adopt a 6.72-inch 120Hz high-resolution screen. This also means that this time the Honor V40 screen parameters are basically full.

The battery inside the Honor V40 will have a 4.200mAh capacity. Apart from this, we know that the phone will have the following features: the main Sony IMX686 64 MP from the OmniVision OV12D wide-angle lens 12 MP and the telephoto lens 10x hybrid zoom. In addition, the Honor V40 (YOK-AN10) has passed the 3C certification in the middle of this month. It is confirmed that it is equipped with the 66W fast charging source adapter HW-110600C00.

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