Those teasers were never particularly subtle, and we had also seen a leaked image seemingly showing the Huawei Nova 4 itself, so there was little doubt that it would have a pinhole camera, but now that feature and the phone's announcement date are confirmed.
The teaser also specifically mentions the phone, the Nova 4 and with numerous Nova phones not just making it downunder but selling extremely well here it certainly caught our attention. That is not unusual for the Chinese market, companies tend to use their spokespersons to market their phones even before they go announced, even TV ads appear on TV before some phones get announced, which is definitely not a custom in the west. It was accompanied by text that read (according to a Google translation), "Make a heavy "point" and see you in December". The phone is also rumoured to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple camera setup on the back. There's no information on the pricing and availability details for the Huawei Nova 4 just yet, so stay tuned for more updates. This phone is equipped with 24-megapixel RGB front camera for selfies.
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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. Let us know in the comments down below. Now the company seems to bring the first ever Hole on the screen smartphone, very similar to Samsung's Infinity O design. This implementation of the front-facing camera allows for an all-front display, minus the little hole in the corner, of course. Last year, the firm Brought 4 cameras phone with 2 selfie shooter and two primary shooters. While the Mate 20 Pro is up for sale today only for the Amazon Prime members, it will be available for purchase to everyone from tomorrow, i.e. 4th December.