Huawei's Upcoming Phone Is Notch Free

Ceria Alfonso
Diciembre 6, 2018

Also, the front will have just one camera, which is obvious since there will be a single hole in the Infinity-O Display as compared to the alleged CAD renders of the Galaxy S10 Plus that surfaced yesterday. The backdrop of this launch, as it is rumoured, is based on Huawei's wish to compete with Samsung's Galaxy A8s launch. The invite clearly shows the small punch hole-style hole on the top left corner that will house a selfie camera. While the leaked poster doesn't show the Huawei Nova 4, it is likely to adopt a similar front design as the Infinity-O display cut-out on its left corner as seen on Samsung's Developer Conference last month. One difference is that Samsung's front facing camera is supposed to be built on the top right side, and in case of Huawei Nova 4 it would appear in the top left-hand side.

Samsung teased the Galaxy A8s phone on Chinese social media platform Weibo revealing the screen design.

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The folks at Patently Mobile spotted the patent, which was filed with the US Patent Office earlier this year, and hints at the possibility of Samsung using what it refers to as "force touch" technology in its smartphones, (which we already knew) but also smartwatches. A fingerprint scanner will sit on the back of this phone as well, and below it, you'll be able to see the company's branding, of course. It will also come with a USB Type-C port and might be Samsung's first device to ditch the headphone jack. It is still unknown whether the phone will support wireless charging, though chances are it will not, as this will be a mid-range smartphone after all.

Samsung and Huawei both teased the announcement of almost all-screen phones with a circular cutout for the front-facing camera before the end of the year. Galaxy A8s is expected to have a 6.39-inch TFT LCD display, with a screen aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The listing reveals the phone to be running Android 8.0 Oreo.

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