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Huawei teaser poster for display camera hole smartphone leaks

30 November 2018 2

It seems like Huawei is determined to become the world's first smartphone maker to release a display camera hole phone. There have already been various reports suggesting the same and now, GSMArena shared an image claimed to be the official teaser poster for the display camera hole smartphone launch.

The alleged teaser poster features Huawei logo along with texts "One Step Further, See The Future". It further mentions "Dec 2018" which is supposedly the month when we will get to see the official unveiling of the device. If the poster is indeed a legit one, we should be seeing more teases from Huawei via its official social media handles.

Huawei is currently competing with Samsung in the race to become the first one to launch a smartphone with display camera hole. Samsung has already showcased its display technologies where it also talked about the Infinity-O display panel. The idea behind the panel is to eliminate the need of adding a notch while offering more display area. The panel basically features a drilled hole at the same place where the selfie camera is housed.

The alleged Huawei phone is rumored to be the Huawei Nova 4 which has surfaced in a few leaks before. One of the leaks even showed a device with the display camera hole in the top left corner. The exact launch date is still unknown but it seems like Huawei will most likely beat Samsung in the race.



Huawei teaser poster for display camera hole smartphone leaks
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Roughly a month after this report, it's confirmed that this phone is going to be the Huawei Nova 4 and will indeed house a camera hole.

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