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The hidden front camera is no longer interesting, Huawei will go further. System icons will move to frames

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Huawei is developing its own technology that will increase the usable screen area on smartphones. I managed to find the details of the thematic resource LetsGoDigital.

In May 2020, Huawei Technologies applied for an interesting patent with CNIPA (State Intellectual Property Office of the People’s Republic of China), and today, January 12, 2021, the documentation was published with sketches and even two color renders.

The patent shows a front camera hidden under the screen, which is not visible. This allows you to get rid of all sorts of cutouts, holes, modules with retractable cameras, and other tricks so that the user can use the maximum screen area and make the screen as large as possible without increasing the size of the device.

The smartphone has got very thin frames. Moreover, the top frame is used to display system icons such as battery level, time and call quality. For this, a very thin auxiliary screen is used.

For many years, LetsGoDigital has been delighting the public with high-quality renders and 3D models based on patent images, leaks and press materials. For example, LetsGoDigital’s arsenal has realistic representations of the Xbox Series X, Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Flip and many more.

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