Huawei Nova 4 with In-display Camera Now Spotted in Live Image

A few hours ago, we got a teaser from Huawei that confirmed the launch of a new smartphone and also indicated the possibility of an in-screen camera hole. Recently, the smartphone maker, Samsung has revealed its Infinity-O display with a notch-less display. The upcoming Galaxy A8s was said to be sporting this new design on to its smartphone with a small hole at the upper left corner. Now Huawei is said to be bringing the first smartphone with in-screen camera hole smartphone next month, before the South Korean Giant – Samsung.

Many leaks suggested the company to be launching its upcoming Huawei Nova 4 smartphone in December and now a mysterious device from Huawei has been spotted in the hands of a person traveling in a bus which houses a hole on the top left corner. The alleged Nova 4 smartphone is protected with a case and the does not reveal the exact design. The handset is expected to be having very slim bezels and a slightly bigger Chin and moreover, it could also be powered with the Kirin 980 Chipset.

The man has seen teaselling in a bus with a smartphone and we can see him using an earphone clearly showing there is a headset jack place on the top and we couldn’t find any kind of notch on the top. Many industries insiders and experts claim that Huawei could be releasing the world’s first smartphone with an in-screen camera hole before Samsung which could be unveiled next month in December. Furthermore, it is also speculated that Huawei could also launch its foldable smartphone before Samsung would.

It will be interesting to wait and see, who will be launching the first smartphone with a camera hole and who will launch the first foldable smartphone. There was news about LG filing a patent to bring a smartphone with 16 camera sensors on the rear which are arranged in 4×4 metrics. With the advancement in the technology in the recent past, we can say, we are advancing at a rapid pace and we would like to hear on the same from you from the comments section below. Share your views and do stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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