Lenovo's new smartphone will be nothing but screen on the front

Lenovo's new smartphone will be nothing but screen on the front

How will Lenovo handle the front-facing camera with a screen-to-body ratio of 95% is a big question. Regardless of how small the notch might be it still isn't an all screen display. The surprising element of this no notch bezel-less display is the front camera module, which according to the teasers can not be seen. This year it looks as if the new trend is the introduction of the display notch as more and more companies minimize the top and bottom bezels as much as possible. It works to remove the notch, but to some it might not be worth having to drop the edge-to-edge claim.

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First reported by CNET, the image is accompanied by a caption that when translated calls the Z5 as Lenovo's next flagship.

After Vivo, Lenovo is aiming to get that no bezel display with its upcoming Lenovo Z5.

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By way of instance, includes a 91.3 percent screen-to-body ratio, which can be one of the industry's finest, but it nevertheless takes a bezel across the floor to host the cellphone's front-facing camera.

Over the weekend, Chinese phone maker Lenovo teased an upcoming smartphone that eschews the ubiquitous iPhone X notch in favour of a design that's nothing but screen and an ultra-thin bezel.

Chang said its the result of "18 patented technologies" and "four technological breakthroughs", without really elaborating on the details. For example, the selfie cam could pop out of the top mechanically, while audio could be transmitted through vibration, as seen on that unnamed Vivo concept phone previewed at Mobile World Congress back in February. An innovative smartphone could do wonders for the company, and the Z5 certainly looks like it wants to grab attention. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Asian Age and/or other staff and contributors to this website.

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