There has been quite a lot of buzz in the market of the highly anticipated Samsung phone, Galaxy S10. The phone is expected to feature an Infinity-O display. However, a few leaks by Huawei have suggested that it will beat Samsung by launching an innovative new phone design before S10 is officially announced. As per the leaks, Huawei is planning to launch a smartphone with a hole in the display.
Samsung has been planning to launch devices with a hole at the top. Both Galaxy A8s and Galaxy S10 are expected to have screens with camera holes. Now Huawei teasing users with a similar device clearly indicates that Huawei wants to beat Samsung and launch the device with the hole in the display before Samsung does.
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Ice Universe tweeted, “Huawei will release the world’s first hole-screen mobile phone before the Samsung Galaxy A8s, which will be released in December, but the A8s may also be released in December, so who will start, it will wait and see.
Huawei’s offensive against Samsung has never weakened.”
Earlier another Chinese leaker revealed that a Chinese smartphone maker BOE is making the LCD screen for Galaxy A8. Samsung, itself is not making the display screen. Thus it has been implicated that both Huawei and Samsung will use the same technology.
Huawei will release the world's first hole-screen mobile phone before the Samsung Galaxy A8s, which will be released in December, but the A8s may also be released in December, so who will start, it will wait and see.
Huawei’s offensive against Samsung has never weakened. pic.twitter.com/MqefEgK7j0
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 26, 2018
Max Samsung Mobile.news tweeted, “Yes Galaxy A8s will use a BOE LCD.”
It has also been reported that Huawei Nova 4 will be the first Huawei phone with an Infinity-O screen and it is expected to be revealed in December.
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