Huawei Nova 4 Malaysia launch

Florence Fletcher
Декабря 6, 2018

The teaser shows a hole in the display towards the top left, similar to what Samsung had revealed at its developer conference last month.

There isn't much information about the Nova 4 yet but it seems there is definitely a camera cutout in the screen. On the other, the Honor View 20 of the firm's Honor, of which Huawei is the house-mother.

That's probably not a totally accurate translation of what Huawei actually wrote, but the gist of the text is that Huawei is planning to launch the Nova 4 this month. Amazon.in is also offering No Cost EMI option on all major credit cards as well as Bajaj Finserv EMI cards. The camera hole on Huawei is said to be just 4.5mm and it is expected to come with a feature a Full HD+ screen with a screen-to-body ratio of over 92%. Huawei already introduced several flagship smartphones recently, so chances are that the Huawei Nova 4 will not ship with a flagship SoC as well, despite the fact it will sport a brand new design language. The phone is also rumoured to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple camera setup on the back. Lest there be any about that, Huawei has posted another teaser image, this time with a launch date-December 17, which is exactly two weeks from now.

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"While 2019 will mark an important year for more R&D and testing/trials of varying 5G technologies, it is unlikely that 5G will be seen in mobile devices in significant volumes before 2020", said Roberta Cozza, research director at Gartner.

Huawei's new premium smartphone Mate 20 Pro is now available for purchase for Amazon Prime users in India.

Huawei has chose to take a leap and be the first smartphone maker to unveil a device with Samsung's Infinity-O display.

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