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Lenovo’s VP Teases a bezel less smartphone with 95% screen-to-body ratio!

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Along with the notched display, the trend of borderless design is catching up fast in the smartphone market. Vivo launched the APEX smartphone this year in March while ZTE teased an image of a upcoming smartphone in Weibo with borderless design and Full Screen 3.0. The next in line manufacturer could be the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Lenovo.

Today the company’s vice president, Chang Cheng teased a “full-screen” smartphone on its official account on Chinese media platform Weibo and not only it comes with the borderless look it manages to work without a notch too.

 

The image reveals one half of the smartphone of what looks like a blue-colored smartphone with no notch. The image was accompanied by a question from Chang Chaeng, asking users what they think a full-screen smartphone really is

  1. 80-84 % screen ratio
  2. 85-89 % screen ratio
  3. 90-94 % screen ratio

Lenovo’s VP further confirms that the upcoming smartphone will cross the 95% barrier and will deliver a truly full-screen smartphone experience with no side or upper bezels. This means the smartphone will have one of the highest screen-to-body ratio in the market and feature a design completely different from what we have seen on the likes of Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S and the Vivo APEX smartphone.

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The smartphone may be the closest thing we can compare with a true-bezeless display. Not many smartphones are available with screen-to-body ratio more than 85%. Even the Vivo APEX smartphone’s score stands at 91% while the Essential phone has 84.9%. We are not sure about the lower bezel though as it was not shown in the teaser image.

The smartphone in the teaser contains the number 14 and 6, which may hint that the smartphone will be unveiled on June 14. However, there is no official confirmation and may launch sooner. Currently no other information is  available regarding  the specs, price or availablitiy of the smartphone.

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