The other day we heard news that Huawei was planning on launching a phone that swaps the notch for a hole in the screen, in what is supposed to be an attempt to beat Samsung to market. Now a leaked image has popped up online claiming to show off said phone, and a very obvious hole where the camera lives.
The image comes from TrendingLeaks, which also claims the phone is to be called the Huawei Nova 4. As you can see, the camera now lives in the top left corner of the phone with absolutely no notch in sight. Not that it makes much difference compared to today's miniature drop-like notches.
It's also one of those full-screen phones that benefits from these new camera-hiding gimmicks, and you can just about see what appears to be a cutout for the speaker grill at the very top of the phone's case. Sadly this one image doesn't show us much more than that, though TechRadar points out past rumours claim the phone will come with the same Kirin 980 chipset and 6GB of RAM as Huawei's Mate 20.
Supposedly this phone will arrive before the end of the year, so we don't have long to wait and see what's going on, and whether this image is legit or not. Be warned, however, that all of this information could be a lie, so stay sceptical until we hear otherwise. [TrendingLeaks via TechRadar]