Samsung to unveil the Galaxy A8s on December 10

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The company has revealed that the new device will be announced on December 17 in China.

As already mentioned, the Huawei Nova 4 will be a mid-range smartphone, just like its predecessor.

There's no doubt the Nova 4 is real. We can't know for sure how accurate the details are at this point because these renders probably come from leaked CAD files, not the phone itself.

Along with the announcement date and the name of the device, Huawei also confirmed the phone's design, well, the design of the phone's front side, at the very least. You can get a better look at the device via the leaked images right here. The screen on both Nova 4 and Galaxy A8s are LCDs. The O-shaped camera hole replaces the notch, and it's a lot easier on the eyes than any notch out there.

Apple is reportedly skipping 5G in the 2019 iPhone, while Samsung is pursuing it as a differentiator. Suddenly the race was on between three companies for the "first" title. There isn't a visible scanner on the front either, because Samsung has apparently gone for an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor, according to the publication.

Citing sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported here on Monday that Apple would wait until at least 2020 to release its first 5G iPhones. What's interesting about this launch is that the smartphone will bring a new solution to the notch. However, the cheapest Galaxy S10 is rumored to feature a flat screen rather than the "edge" display that's been an iconic element of Samsung's Galaxy S and Note designs in recent years.

The foldable phone shares the similar user experience as a user needs to unfold the device.

Moreover, Huawei's Nova 4 teaser picture showed the phone with a galaxy background.

The processor remains a question mark up to this point. Going by the rumours, the smartphone will be powered by 710 SoC and will come clubbed with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory.