The anti-notch struggle is pushing some phone manufacturers to impressive efforts in order to increase the available screen estate without the controversial design element, and more recently, it has emerged that Samsung may have found the solution.
It all comes down to embedding front-facing parts right into the display, and the cameras, for example, would work thanks to very small holes drilled into the glass.
The idea appears to be gaining traction at several other companies, and while Samsung was originally believed to be the pioneer, it now looks like Huawei plans to do the same thing too. And what’s more, the Chinese company wants to be the first doing it.
As revealed on Twitter by mobile leakster Ice Universe, Huawei is already working on a smartphone that comes with holes in the screen, and the launch could take place as soon as the next month.