So I found this gem of a quote on Engadget from the product launch for
Samsung's Huawei's latest phone, the A8 View 20 S.
IN HONOR'S OWN WORDS: "THIS HOLE IS NOT A TRADITIONAL HOLE."
We're now in the times of comparing hole diameters, "...upcoming View 20 said to feature an even smaller hole diameter -- 4.5mm versus the competition's alleged 6mm..." That 1.5mm makes a huge difference I know.
And then there's the raw number competition for camera megapixels, along with some very vague buzzwords on AI - "this chip [helps] create an AI-enabled high-definition 48MP image." What the fork does AI-enabled HD even mean? It's just words combined with other words.