Chinese phone maker Huawei is apparently never resting and already working on the successor of the Nova 3 launched back in August. The upcoming smartphone, namely called Huawei Nova 4, did indeed just appear in a render as well as in some real photos, both confirming the same unique design.
What’s so special about the design? Well, they show a cut out in the upper left corner to be dedicated to the front-facing camera. This is expected to be the future design trend in the mobile world, after the notch phones we’ve seen spreading in the last year.
Some of you will notice this resembles the design surfaced online of the upcoming Samsung S10 series as well, with camera holes at the top of the display. In fact, Samsung is also planning to launch a more affordable Galaxy A8s with this design to test the waters in the following weeks.
While Samsung’s launch date isn’t sure yet, the Huawei Nova 4 is apparently already scheduled to be released in December, according to the teaser above. So, the Chinese company might actually unveil this tech before the Korean counterpart.
Aside from the in-screen camera design, the Nova 4 is also expected to pack 3 rear cameras, a gradient back cover and a 3.5mm audio jack. Meanwhile other specs we can only assume it’ll have comprehend a Huawei Kirin 980 chipset, 6GB of RAM and at least 64GB of internal storage.