With the advent of the full-screen era, various mobile phone manufacturers have launched their own full-screen flagship, but the screen design is different. Taking Apple, Xiaomi, Samsung and OPPO as examples, the four use Liu Haiping, water drop screen, digging screen and “true” full screen. Among them, OPPO’s look and feel are undoubtedly the best, but due to the design of the screen, OPPO will hide the front camera inside the fuselage, the thickness of the fuselage will inevitably increase. The other three, although the thickness is very good, but not perfect display effect, or let the phone play a lost discount.
Today, in the latest patent list published by the State Intellectual Property Office, Xiao-An discovered that Xiaomi applied for a new full-screen patent. Through the patent map, we can find that Xiaomi’s patent application is to emboss the top of the phone as a “face” shape. In this shape, two front cameras and an earpiece are equipped. In addition, in the patent illustrations, we also found four convex designs with different appearances, one with a round top and some flat.
However, although the application for new patents does not mean that these patents will be mass-produced one by one, it is not excluded that Xiaomi is only “occupied in a pit” in advance, otherwise, the friends may design their patents to be cybersquatting.
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