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Huawei Nova 4 to launch on December 17

06 December 2018, 06:46 | Cameron Gross

Huawei Nova 4 to launch on December 17

Huawei Nova 4 to launch on December 17

And soon after Huawei, Samsung also confirmed the launch date of its Galaxy A8s handset to be December 10.

Huawei has been teasing the Nova 4 for a couple of weeks now, a phone that features circular camera cutout instead of the infamous notch. And it might be a harbinger of things to come.

Most likely, we are talking about the smartphone Huawei Nova 4. We've already seen a concept of what this camera cutout might feel like when the phone is being used.

The launch date poster was first seen on the company's official Weibo account.

United States rival Sprint has teamed up with LG to release a 5G smartphone in the first few months of 2019 ad well, although it is unclear which device will hit the shelves first. "Now, we're partnering to create a smartphone to put the power of 5G in the palm of your hand". Granted, these CAD-based renders don't always reveal the full picture, but they often provide a reasonable idea of the design. Huawei Nova 4's unique feature is that it has a display hole for the selfie camera.

The phone specs information is promising in a sense that fans should be expecting one of the best mid range phones out there. With the advent of this breakthrough technology, smartphones may finally bid adieu the dreaded notch that plagued the 2018 phones. And rumors say Samsung is making some four different versions, including a 5G Galaxy S10 phone. Another difference is that the Samsung phone may sell its phone in the USA but Huawei has been banned from selling phones in the country.

Infinity-O displays are the talk of the town right now, and that's because so many reports keep saying this is the kind of screen that will end up on the upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship. Images shared by Geskin on Instagram do look good, but again, that hole...

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