Huawei has already announced that it will be launching its first phone with a pinhole front camera on December 17. Following that, Honor has also teased the launch of a new device with a similar pinhole camera on the display, but it will launch next year, on January 22. This doesn’t really come as a surprise as Honor is the sub-brand of Huawei and the technology implemented by the latter usually ends up in Honor phones as well. Coming back to the upcoming phone launch by Honor, the mobile phone manufacturer might be launching its rumoured Honor View 11 smartphone at the event scheduled to be held in Paris, France.
The teaser poster for the upcoming launch shows the silhouette of a phone, with the Eiffel Tower in the middle. What might seem like the moon on the upper-left corner of the device’s display is actually a clever way of hinting towards the front-camera, which, as mentioned before, will most probably be placed on the upper left side of the screen. There’s not much known about the upcoming Honor phone but it is expected to be a mid-range phone, unlike the alleged Huawei Nova 4, which is said to be a flagship device that could come equipped with the company’s latest Kirin 980 chip.