Huawei Nova 4 teased online ahead of December 17 launch in China

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Now, just ahead of its official launch the Samsung Galaxy A8s has been certified by Wi-Fi Alliance. From the teaser one can see that the Nova 4 will come with a design change as rather than featuring a notch to house the front camera, the device will have a hole in the display. Some fresh reports have now spotted a Samsung invite for a launch event on December 10. While the leaked poster doesn't show the Huawei Nova 4, it is likely to adopt a similar front design as the Infinity-O display cut-out on its left corner as seen on Samsung's Developer Conference last month. From some of the leaked images, it seems that Nova 4 will support a headphone jack, the phone is expected to have premium mid-range like specs, hence there is a possibility of a Kirin 980 processor.

Huawei sent out invites for the launch of the rumoured Nova 4 with a display hole on December 17. On the back, the device appears to have a vertically staged ripple rear camera setup with LED flashlight and fingerprint sensor. Both phones will have similarly thick "chin" on the bottom, and looking at them from the front, it's kind of hard to tell them apart, and that may actually become a thing when it comes to smartphones with display camera holes, at least smartphones which have display camera holes in the same place, as majority will ship with a thin "chin" below the display. However, it has been confirmed that the device will be running on Android 8.0 Oreo.

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The Chinese manufacturer announced the release of smartphone with a round neckline in the active region of the display for the front camera. With a small hole at the corner, this approach offers a less obstructive full-screen experience compared to a notched display, especially while playing videos. Backing up the smartphone will be a 3,400mAh battery unit. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 710 SoC along with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (expandable up to 512GB).

The Galaxy A8s is slated for an early January release in China.

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