Huawei will release a smartphone with a "leaky" display on 17 December

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The display itself will sport rounded corners, while all of its physical keys will be included on the right, the volume up, down and power / lock keys. This is the same feature that is expected on upcoming smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy A8s, and the Lenovo Z5s. Both the phones have similar designs with a display hole for the selfie camera, and the two companies were in a battle to be the first ones to launch the new phones with this unique design.

Of course, USA commercial rollouts are by no means guaranteed (quite on the contrary if we're talking about Huawei's phone), but these are also momentous products for what they might anticipate. On the back, the device appears to have a vertically staged ripple rear camera setup with LED flashlight and fingerprint sensor. It's officially scheduled to debut in China on December 17. One can see the display cut-out for an In-display camera placed to the top-left corner. Besides this, there's a wealth of info coming from leaks that tell us quite a bit about the bezel-less smartphone.

Samsung teased the Galaxy A8s phone on Chinese social media platform Weibo revealing the screen design. The promo image also states that the device will launch on December 10 at an event in China.

In the picture you can see the three-module camera.

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Are you ready for phones with holes? The rumours also hint at a 3,400mAh battery and lack of headphone jack.

What To Expect In The Spec Department? The following screenshot comes from FCC documentation for the unreleased Galaxy A8s.

As per past reports, the Galaxy A8s will get a 6.39-inch screen and will be powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset coupled with up to 6GB of RAM.

As for Huawei, the Chinese phone maker also published a promotional image for its upcoming smartphone and it looks almost identical to Samsung's.

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