Huawei Mate 20 Pro goes on sale in India on Amazon

Huawei Nova 4 with Punch Hole Selfie Camera Launch Set for December 17

Huawei Nova 4 with Punch Hole Selfie Camera Launch Set for December 17

Huawei isn't the only company attempting a hole-punch camera, Samsung has confirmed earlier this that it working on a similar style display for upcoming Galaxy smartphones.

HUAWEI consistently shows it cares more about customer satisfaction than other brands, now offering special guarantee conditions with the HUAWEI Mate20 to make it even more attractive and tailored to consumer interests.

The Huawei flagship has been priced in India at Rs 69,990.

There isn't much information about the Nova 4 yet but it seems there is definitely a camera cutout in the screen. Everyone else will need to wait until tomorrow, i.e. December 04 to get their hands on Huawei's latest flagship smartphone.

One can estimate that the display will not be less than 6 inches going by the current trends in the market, though the exact figure is not known yet. So unlike the Lenovo Z5 Pro with a sliding camera system, the Lenovo Z5s will be getting a front-facing and rear cameras -the selfie camera will be fitted into the "hole", while there will be a triple camera set up on the flip side. This phone is equipped with 24-megapixel RGB front camera for selfies.

We might not know the exact screen size of the Nova 4 but we can expect it to have the highest screen-to-body ratio on any Huawei device to date. That battery will not be removable, but it will support fast charging, though Huawei probably won't include wireless charging in this smartphone, at least that's what's expected.

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

Anyway, the United States government won't stop me from getting hyped for Nova 4, the same device we saw in a livestream from late November. Innovations of the Mate 20 Pro: It's the first Huawei smartphone that comes from the factory with Android 9 and the new EMUI 9 user interface.

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