Chinese smartphone maker Huawei According to a report from IT Home, it recently filed a patent for a smartphone that doesn’t have a front camera, and it could be a smartphone that can do shipping with an under-display camera technology.
According to the report, based on the abstract, the product that the company is looking at is mainly for voice calling, network communication, transaction processing, etc. You would expect the company to include a pop-up camera in the device as it is. Previously released a truly full-screen smartphone with a pop-up camera but actually nothing on the device shown in the patent, which could mean Huawei plans to keep an on-screen camera technology. Front camera.
The absence of a pop-up camera will allow Huawei to use the space in the body of the phone for something like a larger battery or more camera sensors.
According to the patent image, the product carries an oval camera module on the back that is slightly exposed. The Rear camera The setup is a vertical and the device has a slim look. There are two very small vents on the top end of the smartphone. The right edge of the smartphone design shows the conventional volume buttons at the top and the power buttons at the bottom. The design of the smartphone seems to have a thin bezel Display A bit curved at the ends. Apart from these scattered details, little is known about the device in the patent so far.