Lenovo President Teases Plans For An All-Screen Phone

Posted: May 14 2018, 10:22am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Lenovo President Teases Plans for an All-Screen Phone
  • Lenovo President Teases Plans for an All-Screen Phone

Lenovo president reveals that it has plans for all-screen phone with 95 percent display ratio

Apple revolutionized the market for the “entirely screen” phone criteria in iPhone X. The phone set a new movement to compete in that market of all-screen phones.

Everyone is in a race and Lenovo might have gotten the lead. The Lenovo Vice President Chang Cheng recently showed a sketch for a smartphone on Weibo (via CNet). The teaser shows the sketch of a phone that is nearly all screen.

Dubbed the Lenovo Z5, he elaborated that the smartphone will have a screen ratio of 95 percent and it will feature "18 patented technologies." He did not address however how Lenovo would integrate a front-facing selfie camera on the device.

Going into it, there are few issues that the experts are finding the phone design right away. They have pointed out that the electronics required to control the screen have to be placed somewhere, and a notch is definitely needed to put the selfie camera.

Devices which have already addressed this issue with high screen ratios are, of course, Vivo Apex, which has a pop-up selfie camera but bottom bezel, and the Mi Mix 2s, which tucks the camera into a chin at the bottom.

Lenovo is confidently indicating that it has solved the issue already. They are naming their four tech breakthroughs and 18 patents as the solution to that problem. It also remains to be seen whether Lenovo Z5 is just a concept or a real product. The design remains to come to fruition and come on the market.

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