Its first official teaser came a few weeks ago, showcasing a near bezel-less display with a cutout for the front-facing camera, similar to Samsung's Infinity-O display.
Huawei's introduction of the triple rear camera has also made its way into the mid-range with the main sensor a 48MP sensor and the other two 16MP and 2MP. There's also a model that comes with 20MP, 16MP, and 2MP sensors. To recollect the Nova 3 was launched in India, so chances of Nova 4 coming to the country are high. The company is aggressively pushing the boundaries of smartphone photography as it aims to launch a smartphone in 2019 bearing four cameras paired with 10x optical zoom, so it is unfortunate that the OEM ignored lossless zoom when launching the Nova 4.
Huawei P20 Pro debuted back in March and was instantly distinguishable from other smartphones on the market thanks to its unique aesthetic and triple-camera system. The 48MP rear camera does beat the flagship's 40MP lens, but whether it performs better will remain to be seen. Supplementing the performance of the Kirin 970 is 8GB RAM and you get 128GB of internal storage.
The Nova 4 will cost 3,399 yuan (about $490) or $3,099-yuan ($450) for the model with the 20MP camera. For selfies and video calling, the phone is packed with a massive 25MP shooter. Both handsets feature "hole-punch" displays for their selfie cameras; a technology that will likely appear in even more phones next year.
Finally, the hardware has a 3,750mAh battery housed inside and comes in blue, red, white and black finishes.
The Huawei Nova 4 has been launched with a price tag of CNY 3,399 which when translated to INR comes around Rs 35,300 for the 48MP rear camera variant.
The Huawei Nova 4 is now available in China and might launch soon in India and Europe as well.