Although the Nova 4 is set to be a mid-range offering from Chinese manufacturer Huawei, it will certainly sport some flagship-level photography capabilities.
The firm officially announced the device this week, confirming rumours that it will have a pinhole camera up front which will allow it to capture selfies at incredibly 25-megapixel resolutions.
Flip the handset over and on the rear is a 48-megapixel primary camera, giving the Nova 4 the ability to outshine many of its higher-priced rivals in terms of raw detail-capturing power.
In fact there are three lenses on the back surface in total, with one featuring a 16-megapixel sensor for wide-angle shots and one adding depth-sensing capabilities to go along with the main 48-megapixel unit.
A vast 6.4 inch screen is another indicator of its head-turning features, although with a 1080p resolution it will simply not be able to match QHD-toting rivals. It also has a slightly slower chipset than Huawei’s Mate 20, but manages to make up some ground thanks to its 8GB of RAM.
In terms of pricing, it should come in at under £400 when it arrives in the UK, making it a seriously interesting prospect for keen photographers.