Huawei Nova 4 with display hole shows up in hands-on images

Isaac Cain
December 6, 2018

The smartphone was spotted in the hands of Jackson Yee, Huawei Nova series brand ambassador for China.

The Galaxy S10+ is said to feature five cameras in total, including three lenses on the back and two on the front.

There's no doubt the Nova 4 is real.

When companies make a new phone they want accessory manufacturers to provide accessories for their devices and as such often give CAD measurements to them to allow for ideal fitting accessories.

The teaser image shows the entire front panel of the device, including the cutout on the top left side. Fans are now on the lookout to see how the device will really look like. The only difference was the width and shape of the notch. The cutout is a major change since companies have made a decision to go the notch route.

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That phone's launch is still a few months away, though. Both the companies will be battling it out to introduce their first smartphone with a unique design. Samsung calls it an Infinity-O display, which will replace the notch with a hole within the display to host the selfie camera and other sensors.

Citing sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported here on Monday that Apple would wait until at least 2020 to release its first 5G iPhones. Huawei had launched the Nova 3 and Nova 3i at Rs 34,999 and Rs 20,990 respectively.

The company has not given any details on the specifications and big features but this phone could change things for the near future. According to MyDrivers, the upcoming device is expected to boast a screen-to-body ratio of over 90 percent. MySmartPrice speculates that the device might be powered by the Kirin 980 processor along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

However, YouTuber Dave Lee came up with some stunning Galaxy S10 renders based on existing rumors and leaks to show us what the phone may look like.

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