Just before Samsung launch a device with its new Infinity-O display design, Huawei could release a smartphone with a camera implemented in a small pinhole at the top-left corner. That would be the Huawei Nova 4, which would be officially presented in December.
Huawei Nova 4 To Boast A Pinhole To House The Selfies Camera, Not A Notch
As soon as it arrived on the market, the notch was destined to die. Screen manufacturers are regularly presenting alternative solutions, and, at the end of this year, Samsung has introduced its future display designs. Among them, the one that particularly has drawn attention was an O-shaped sort of pinhole to house a single selfies camera. The Samsung Galaxy A8 series was supposed to be the first smartphone on the market to take advantage of this design, but Huawei Nova 4 might be the one.
On Chinese social networks, the famous brand has started teasing around the future Huawei Nova 4, and the first images are more than equivocal – the selfies camera would be placed in a hole at the top left of the display.
Besides, thanks to Slashleaks, we are now able to observe a very similar model of a smartphone in the real world, used by a man in a Chinese bus. Slashleaks also noted that the device has a 3.5-mm jack for headphones.
Huawei Nova 4 To Be Officially Presented in December for the Chinese Market
For the moment, we don’t know if Huawei Nova 4 would launch on all markets, as it happened with the Chinese brand’s other models such as Huawei P20 and Mate 20, for example, but, most likely, that would happen. Huawei Nova 4 would get its official presentation in December, and we should expect it to roll out in stores soon afterward.
We will discover everything about the Huawei Nova 4 during its official presentation scheduled for December for the Chinese market.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.