Huawei threatening Samsung for global smartphone market share lead

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As we have already reported that Huawei is working on a new model called Nova 4.

Coming back to the Huawei Nova 4, it is speculated that the handset will be equipped with an LCD display. HMD Global updated its lineup in the country with Nokia 7.1 smartphone and Huawei's latest flagship Mate 20 Pro with triple rear cameras was also launched. It was accompanied by text that read (according to a Google translation), "Make a heavy "point" and see you in December".

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The week was full of important smartphone launches in India. So far there are no details on the specs and camera setup. 24 and 2-megapixel cameras may be included on the front side of the device, while pretty much everyone is expecting to see Android 9 Pie pre-installed on this smartphone.

The new Nova is powered by a 3500mAh non-removable battery and an In-display fingerprint scanner. Let us know in the comments down below. The phone will come with Infinity-O display and headphone jack. What are your opinions on the punch-hole camera cutout?

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Samsung and Huawei are in a tight race to commercially release the world's first smartphone with in-display camera technology, but the global leader in shipments just pulled (narrowly) ahead by confirming an earlier Galaxy A8s announcement. LG had patented a design with display holes as well, same goes for ZTE, though those two companies will take a somewhat different approach, it seems, as LG patented a dual display hole, while ZTE intends to include an earpiece in the display. The Mate 20 Pro was launched in India last week as an Amazon-exclusive.

2019 could be the year of the pinhole phone camera, by which we mean a circular cut-out for a camera in the screen.

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