Huawei In-Screen Camera Smartphone Spotted on Internet

Smartphone manufacturers have been continuously putting efforts to offer something exciting in its recent flagships as the technology is changing very frequently. Features like under- display fingerprint scanner, as many as camera sensors, advanced OS, waterdrop- shaped display notch modern Snapdragon 845 SoC has been trending these days in the smartphone industry.

A teaser poster of new a Huawei phone has been spotted on a Chinese networking website which reveals that the device has a hole on the top left of the screen. It is pointing towards that Huawei, Chinese tech- giant is working to offer under- screen camera in its flagship smartphone. It is quite interesting that Huawei will be the first to offer an in- screen camera in its flagship. The rumors also indicate Huawei is not the first company that has been working on in- screen camera technique other leading giants like Samsung is also working on the Infinity-O glass that will come with Selfie Camera Hole in alleged Galaxy A8s. It seems that in- screen camera will be popular from next year.

As of now, the Huawei has not disclosed anything officially about it's in- screen camera smartphone but the leaks are suggesting that it will be called either with Nova 4 or Nova 3S. The detailed information about the upcoming alleged smartphone is not available at the moment but considering the specifications of Nova 3 we can make assumptions.

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To recall, the Huawei Nova 3 was officially unveiled in July this year with Kirin 970 SoC which makes it a premium device. The alleged Samsung’s Galaxy A8s will come with Infinity-O Display which could be available under the premium category so it’s quite understandable that in- display camera feature initially will be available on high-end smartphones. The teaser image also reveals that the unnamed Huawei in-screen smartphone will be launched in December. Expecting that the more information about the device would be surfaced on the internet in the coming days.