Lenovo, a popular Chinese tech company has officially teased the new smartphone with full screen display which is expected to be launched in the market next month. Likely to be launched on June 14, the smartphone was teased by Lenovo's VP Chang Cheng on the Chinese microblogging site - Weibo. However, the images does not reveal much details about the unnamed device from the Chinese smartphone maker. But, it has surely confirmed that the handset will feature a full screen display ensuring no bezels on the panel. Moreover, it is rumored that the forthcoming smartphone from Lenovo with full screen display could sport 95 percent screen to body ratio. See More: Google I/O 2018: Google Smart Displays Launching in July; AI Boost for Google Photos & New Voices for Google Assistant
Going by the teased picture, it reveals only the side and top portion of the smartphone. The image also reveals that the bezel-less smartphone from Lenovo could ditch the iPhone X-like notch upfront unlike other smartphones from every manufacturer trying embrace it on their devices.
Moreover, VP Chang Cheng also clarified in the Weibo post that the upcoming device will break the 95 percent screen to body ratio barrier and will be a true full screen smartphone featuring no side and upper bezels.
As the teaser image specifies that Lenovo’s next smartphone will be a full screen device, it is believed that the handset could sport front camera and other essential sensors at the bottom as seen on the Mi Mix 2S. It is also speculated that the device could use flip-up camera like the one seen on Vivo Apex concept device that broke covers at MWC 2018. Read Also: Google I/O 2018: Google Introduces Smart Compose AI-enabled Feature in Gmail
However, there are not much details about the specifications and features of the full screen smartphone. Expect leaks and details emerging about the smartphone in coming days. It is believed that the company might announce its next-in bezel less smartphone on June 14. Moreover, the company also has not revealed the official name of the device yet.