The current smart phone and the tablet makers are always fighting to offer the best hardware possible to the users, and their main focus is basically placed on the processor power and the screen size. With the screen factor, other than the high-contrast and some vivid colors, the reduce of the bezel is also a pursuit of many of the gadget makers.
Tech. giant Samsung and LG have been doing it regularly in their television fields, and when bringing the development into the smart phone field, reducing the bezel with each of the iteration of their smart phone.
However, it might seem like the tough race to reach a bezel-less clean and smarter screen has been won by a Chinese tech company, named O-Film, who has recently announced that their R&D have successfully developed their own 5-inch bezel-less multi-touch screen with a zero-bezel level on the sides.
According to the reports, the O-Film touch screen can be fully transparent, with absolutely 100% of the screen area responding to the touch. It also has got high translucency and a low resistance, and it will bring an extraordinary leap in the user experience field. Here is a hope that it might be utilized in the latest offerings in the 2014, and the bezel-less phone will finally make its grand debut in the market.
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