Huawei Nova 4 live shot leaked to reveal in-screen camera hole design

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Through a teaser that was released yesterday, Huawei had confirmed that it would be launching a new smartphone in the coming month. The teaser image of the phone suggested that it may sport an in-screen camera hole. Multiple tipsters from China are of the view that the company will be launching the Huawei Nova 4 with in-screen camera hole design in December. A mysterious Huawei smartphone has been spotted in the hands of a person traveling in a bus. Since the phone features a hole in the display, it is speculated that it could be the upcoming Nova 4 smartphone.

Since the alleged Huawei Nova 4 is covered in a protective cover, it’s exact design cannot be clearly seen. Probably, the screen of the phone is surrounded by slim bezels. It may sport a slightly thick sized chin. It is equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack. The specs of the phone are not known yet. It is speculated to be field by Kirin 980 chipset.

During the launch event of Galaxy A9s and Galaxy A6s smartphones in China, Samsung had hinted that the forthcoming Galaxy A8s phone would be arriving with new kind of display design. Recent reports have revealed that it will be sporting Infinity-O notch-less display featuring a small hole at the upper left corner of the display.

Industry expert and Twitter user @IceUniverse has claimed that Huawei will release the world’s first smartphone with in-screen camera hole before Samsung introduces the Galaxy A8s that is expected to get unveiled in December. A recent report has claimed that Huawei may announce or release a foldable phone before Samsung introduces its foldable smartphone.

Samsung is the world’s number one phone brand, but its smartphone business has been so dismal in China that it has been struggling to enter in the list of top ten brands. The South Korean firm is now working on resurrecting its smartphone brands in China. However, with Huawei competing with Samsung fiercely in its home market, the South Korean company may find it difficult to gain lost ground.

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