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Completely Bezel-less Huawei Phone in The Pipeline Says CEO Yu Chengdong

by Habeeb Onawole 4

Following the release of the Xiaomi Mi MIX last November, quite a number of manufacturers have started to embrace the new design. The LG G6 with its Full Vision display is an example and Samsung’s upcoming S8 and S8+ have significantly reduced bezels. Huawei has also announced its joining the race.

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Speaking at an interview following the China launch of the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, the CEO Yu Chengdong confirmed that the company is working on a phone with the screen occupying the entire front from top to bottom. Yes, no bezels at all. Now, why that sounds good to the ears, it will be no mean feat. So we probably should not expect this to be released soon as part of his statement mentioned a focus on user experience. So not until the design is perfected will this phone launch.

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Xiaomi on the other hand is already working on a second generation Mi MIX. The target is for a device with a scree-to-body ratio of 93%, 2% more than that of the original.

What do you think of bezel-less phones? Should that be the new focus for manufacturers?

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  • Assefa Hanson

    Im happy to hear this, they can maybe make the phone like the obi worldphobe sf1 where the glass is basically floating above the frame, and the frame would still guard your hand and then make the selfie camera pop out from the top side of the phone

    • Speaking at an interview following the China launch of the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, the CEO Yu Chengdong confirmed that the company is working on a phone with the screen occupying the entire front from top to bottom. Yes, no bezels at all. Now, why that sounds good to the ears, it will be no mean feat. So we probably should not expect this to be released soon as part of his statement mentioned a focus on user experience. So not until the design is perfected will this phone launch.

  • androwin

    It’ll be priced $1500 and the resale will be $100 because nobody likes this brand, Huawei is known for overpriced garbage.

    • ֆɦค໓ฯ

      Overpriced garbage? Huawei mate 9 was definitely in the contest for best phone of 2016. I’d trust they’d make something much better than the competition. They’re the manufacturer to watch out for.

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