Smartphone companies have been promising an all-screen mobile device for years now and it seems Lenovo will be the first to make good on this promise.
Credit: WeiboLike the iPhone X, the Z5 (in these concept images, anyway), has a display that adheres to the contours of the device's face.
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In his post last week, Chang Cheng said: "Four technological breakthroughs, the 18 patented technologies are only a simple assumption: Synthetic Aperture?" However, the Essential is the one started this trend, which has the most minimal "notch" compared to all the other smartphones including the controversial iPhone X " s "notch'.
CNet collected together a couple of Chinese language sources for its story about the Lenovo Z5. Bezel-less phones are essentially those with higher screen-to-body ratio, giving the display more real estate on the front. The handset does this by hiding the front facing camera within the phone.
Cheng previously shared a different teaser for the Lenovo Z5, and claimed that it had a 95 percent screen-to-body ratio. Samsung pushed things out on the top and bottom bezels, greatly enhancing the size of screens while keep overall device size in check. In another case, Xiaomi got rid of the phone's earpiece speaker through piezoelectric technology. Judging by the first teaser that the company shared, this handset will be announced on June 14, even though Lenovo did not officially confirm that release date.
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