Those teasers were never particularly subtle, and we had also seen a leaked image seemingly showing the Huawei Nova 4 itself, so there was little doubt that it would have a pinhole camera, but now that feature and the phone's announcement date are confirmed. The phone is expected to arrive with Huawei's Kirin 980 processor as well as 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage.
The Nova 4 will be revealed in China on 17 December, so in less than three weeks we will find out how outstanding the phone can be with its new display. This suggests that the Nova 4 could be aimed at the upper mid-range segment. It has a 6.39-inch curved display and 4,200 mAh battery. The sole selfie camera here is expected to be coupled with a triple rear-camera setup as more sensors are now becoming the norm. At least one of the versions will support 5G.
Samsung and Huawei are in a tight race to commercially release the world's first smartphone with in-display camera technology, but the global leader in shipments just pulled (narrowly) ahead by confirming an earlier Galaxy A8s announcement. What are your opinions on the punch-hole camera cutout? In any case, we will see plenty of smartphones with display holes next year, and it seems like majority will use those display holes in order to implement a front-facing camera, or in some cases, front-facing cameras. All other customers will be available to purchase the handset from Amazon from tomorrow, December 4.