Huawei patented for a unique raised phone head design to achieve full view display
Huawei has used almost every type of display notches and pop-up selfie camera solutions in its phones to achieve full view display but it seems like the company is doing some experiment on its smartphone design that’s been recently seen in a patent.
Huawei’s new patent reveals a bezel-less display with hidden front-facing camera and in-display Earpiece
On May 7, a Huawei phone patent has been published by WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office), that’s founded and illustrated by LetsGoDigital, showing a phone with no notch, no hole-punch, no pop-up selfie camera instead it has a head to feature a selfie camera, which looks unique on its (check below).
Also, the phone has a round shape on the edges, while on the back its has dual camera setup with an led flash and below it, there’s a fingerprint scanner.
Moreover, the phone design includes a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C charging port.
The specs of this phone fit directly into a budget segment device but it’s not clear when the phone will go in production.
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