The notched screens started with the arrival of iPhone X will sooner become the rare feature as the next generation of smartphones are ready to bring a ‘hole punch camera display’.
The race between Samsung and Huawei to become the first company to release the first all-screen notch-less device seems to be ending with the Chinese brand leading all the way.
Huawei has been teasing the tech world with the Nova 4 posters for a couple of weeks now as a smartphone featuring circular camera cutout instead of the trendy notch.
The most interesting part of the recent teasers is that the Nova 4 is not too far. The Chinese tech giant has confirmed December 17th as the official unveiling day of the maiden hole punch camera smartphone.
Nova 4 Expected Features
Huawei has today come up on different channels like Shenzhen Satellite TV, Hunan Satellite TV, Palm Reader, Weibo TV, Souho News and Youko with Nova 4 posters teasing its unique design features. The in-screen camera design of the upcoming Nova 4 suggests that it will deliver more than 90 percent screen-to-body ratio.
The Nova 4 is expected to have premium mid-range specs, therefore a Kirin 710 or Kirin 980 SoC would be there to power up the device. Some of the leaked images of the upcoming device reveals the presence of headphone jack – the feature that lacks in the current devices.
It is also guessed that the Nova 4 will be equipped with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of native storage. The Android 9 Pie OS is also expected to be available preinstalled on the device.
Therefore, the possible specs of the Nova 4 are:
- 6.22-inch Full HD AMOLED screen
- Kirin 710 or 980 processor
- Up to 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage,
- Under-display fingerprint sensor
- 25-megapixel camera
- Rear dual-lens camera (20-megapixel and 12-megapixel sensors)
- 4,230 mAh battery