Huawei intensifies Bezel less display Wars: Files a New Display Trademark

The Infinity display, All Screen display and Full-Vision display from Samsung, Xiaomi Mi-mix and LG respectively, have brought a new trend in the smart phone industry. Bringing a truly visually pleasing edge-to-edge bezel less screen experience. In fact, such displays designs earlier were only available as concept renders. But now with the arrival of SHARP Aquos Crystal and Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ making all other smartphones look dated. And now following the trend Huawei has also jumped on this band wagon to have their take on this design concept.

The EntireView Display

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The company trademarked the name “EntireView Display” for the Mate 10’s screen. That is expected�to be unveiled in early October this year. This is the third major OEM that has filed a fancy phrased patent for its display tech. Similar to LG with their Full-Vision Display and Samsung with their Infinity Display. The phablet will feature a 6� front panel with 18:9 ratio, with a QUAD HD resolution, with the bezel less screen design. While the Mate 10 lite features a5.8-inch full HD display.

Furthermore, a 10�nm�Kirin 970 chip could power the Mate 10, a chipset designed in-house by Huawei themselves. Along with the massive amount of RAM, Dual-camera setup in partnership with�Leica technologies. The battery�specs involve the usual battery of capacity over 3000mAh which will be enough to power the device for a full day work usage.Huawei also has plans on new AR capabilities for the future devices.

What is�your thought on these fancy names that OEMs use as marketing strategies and For luring in more sales. Comment down below and let us know.

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