Huawei could be going to launch a smartphone with a display hole next month, as per the report which has been revealed. The report has also shared a picture on the social media platform Twitter, with having the Huawei Logon available on the top, of a phone with an in-display camera. While some of the details still remain unknown, it is also rumored that it could launch before the launching of Samsung Galaxy A8s.
As per the tweet, the Chinese smartphone makers appear to have developed the phone even though no other images have been revealed. The official-looking poster comes into the picture with the Huawei’s phone display in the foreground, which also appears to be the full screen and notch less.
On the top left corner, a circular shape is also visible, from which the light appears to be streaming out. This will going to be in display camera, for which the Huawei might keep both the specifications and configuration under the wraps and hidden as of now.
Some of the leaks surround this Huawei phone comes in the wake of a string of the recent leaks with the Galaxy A8s, which will be going to be Samsung first phone with a similar design. Galaxy A8s is also expected to feature an Infinity-O-level display, that has been patented by the company officially across the significant certification agencies. Previously, it was revealed that Huawei foldable smartphone is going to release soon.
With respect to the specifications being rumors, the Galaxy A8s could be going to have a 6.4-inch display which is powered and supported by a Snapdragon 710 processor. This will be backed by the Samsung One User Interface over and above the Android 9 Pie, as well as a 3400mAh battery. Galaxy A8s could also going to be paired with the 6GB of RAM, 128GB of Internal inboard storage and can be extended further via MicroSD card of 256GB.
It is expected to have a vertically stacked triple rear camera configuration, with a 24MP primary camera, paired with 10MP and 5MP cameras. Also, Galaxy A8s could have a 24MP front camera.
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