Huawei’s first pop-up selfie camera smartphone arriving in India by July end

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Huawei is all set to introduce its first pop-up selfie camera smartphone. The Chinese conglomerate is going to introduce its pop-up selfie camera phone in India by the end of July. A source who has requested to be hidden has quoted us this information. There’s a lot more we have learned about this upcoming phone. 

Huawei’s first pop-up selfie camera phone

This new handset is said to be catering the millennial and that’s why expect a refresh in the design language from the brand. While might have its doubts regarding the pop-up selfie camera design, it sure seems to have come around. This news couldn’t have been broken at a better time when the brands like Xiaomi and Realme introduced its new pop-up selfie phones. 

If you haven’t been living under the rock, then you must know that Xiaomi Redmi K20 series and Realme X were introduced earlier this week. And both of the handsets have been the talk of the time. While these two handsets seem to have let certain users leave unsatisfied with its pricing and certain set of features, as we have been noticing in our YouTube comments section.

We expect Huawei to take advantage of that fill the void, as it is in need of a win in this category. A highly competitive price point would be a necessary requirement from Huawei. As per our source, the upcoming Huawei smartphone shall adhere to these requirements. This upcoming Huawei phone is set to be priced below Rs 20,000, as per our source. 

Unfortunately, our source didn’t learned about the name of this handset. What do you guys think of this mysterious smartphone? Will this new handset kill the hype of the Redmi K20 series and Realme X in India. Let us know in the comment section below. 

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