Huawei has just announced the Nova 4 on their official Chinese site - so with poor Google translations and a little bit of tech intuition, we were able to decipher the list of specifications that you’d want to know.
The top feature of the phone is the 48-megapixel rear camera, much like the View 20 that was revealed before. The rear camera also includes a 16-megapixel ultra wide angle lens that, like some of their competitors, will allow you to punch out for a wider shot. However, as a disclaimer, only the “high-end” version will support this 48-megapixel camera, so we can expect some distinct variations within this model.
Again similarly to the View 20 is the punchhole in-screen camera, which will be 25 megapixels. This means that the phone will feature full display with some thin bezels - at least that’s what is seen in the renders.
For the processor, it seems that Huawei is still opting for the Kirin 970 - the same one in the P20 Pro and its predecessor Nova 3. So will this new phone be performing neck-and-neck with their older phone? That remains to be seen. For RAM and storage, it will go up to 8gb of RAM and 128gb of ROM.
Of course, these specifications will be subject to local availability, but it gives us a good starting point to guesstimate from.