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Lenovo Z5 Is What An All-Screen Phone Looks Like

Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng teased Lenovo Z5 on Weibo. The handset comes with 95 percent screen ratio.

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Smartphone makers are working hard to launch a smartphone with an all-display design. iPhone-X is one such example which has minimal bezels and many Android smartphone brands just mimicked Apple’s design but they were not able to achieve the desired screen-to-body ratio.

Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng had recently shared a sketch of upcoming all-screen smartphone Lenovo Z5 on Weibo. He wrote that “Lenovo Z5 will have a screen ratio of 95 percent, it will include four technological breakthroughs and 18 patented technologies”.

There are a lot of smartphones already in the market which their companies claim are bezel less, which they are not. Apple has successfully made a phone without a chin because they use flexible OLED display that turns internally and it pushes the connection ribbon at the rear of the phone.

Talking about Android handsets, they have a ribbon at the bottom of the display, which connects the processor for which at least a smaller chin is necessary.

Even if the chin is gone, the notch has to be there to house the front camera and other sensors.

Interestingly, Vivo’s Apex (concept phone) has a very thin chin but doesn’t have a notch. Vivo Apex comes with a pop-selfie camera which pops out when you are clicking pictures with the front camera, this has made Vivo achieve a design for smartphones with ultra-slim bezels.

On the other, Mi Mix 2S uses the chin to house the front camera, which helps Xiaomi to achieve a 91.3 percent screen ratio.


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