LG has patented a new smartphone design with wrap-around display


Numerous smartphone makers have actually presented their foldable mobile phones in the past year, consisting of Samsung Galaxy Fold, Huawei Mate X, and Motorola RAZR. LG has not yet exposed anything formally relating to the launch of a comparable phone from the business.

Instead of releasing a smartphone with a foldable screen, the business presented LG G8X ThinQ Double Screen, which includes a removable double screen design. While the business has actually validated the advancement of a foldable phone and has even patent a couple of phones with a comparable design, absolutely nothing has actually materialized up until now.

After patenting a mobile phone with a pull-out display and roll-up display display, LG has actually now patented a new smartphone design, which includes a wrap-around display screen. This appears comparable to the Mi MIX Alpha, however, with versatile screen and more screen-to-body ratio.

LG new patent device images

The patent for the wrap-around display screen mobile phone from LG likewise consists of a number of images, which display that apart from a thick frame border at the top, there are really thin verge on the bottom, left, and ideal side.

The leading bezel holds dual camera sensing units in addition to an LED flash. While there’s no verge on the ideal side, the screen continues towards that side and wraps-around the back panel. Surprisingly, there will be no rear-facing cameras considered that the screen extends all the way to the back panel. Rather, it appears that the front-facing sensing units would double up as the rear cameras.

From the paperwork, it is not yet clear how the screen is being kept in location. However, it is most likely because of some magnetic systems. It is likewise possible to eliminate the versatile extending screen from the housing by pushing a button.

LG new patent device images- all sides

When the device is in the closed state, there will be two displays on the device-one on the front and one at the back. As soon as the device is opened, the phone becomes a tablet with a larger screen. The speaker grille shows up on the leading in addition to the bottom, together with a microphone. There are a micro USB port and a 3.5 mm earphone jack at the bottom and a power button on the top side.

LG patent device render

Mobile World Congress 2020 is arranged to kick-off in Barcelona, Spain next month, and Samsung and Huawei will be presenting their second-generation foldable devices– Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Huawei Mate Xs. Now let see if LG grabs the opportunity to introduce innovative smartphones at the MWC 2020.

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