In February, China’s second-largest smartphone maker said it had targeted the US. This will not happen immediately because the company claims to want to first reorder its European operations. Moreover, now may not be the best time for a Chinese manufacturer to enter the US market. Ironically, OnePlus and Oppo have the same corporate parent.
Meanwhile, on Friday a design patent was published which Oppo received from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). We informed you of this patent before, when it was first released by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). At that time, we emphasized the difference between the patent and the Oppo Find X design already launched.
Both the latter and the patented phone use a sliding mechanism to expose the front selfie camera. The difference is that in the Find X, the two rear cameras are on the back of the mechanism. It runs along with the double selfie cameras. The patented device has a double configuration mounted vertically and a “V” design on the rear panel. It also has two camera sensors in the sliding mechanism.
Screen To Body Ratio In Oppo Find X
Oppo also showed a selfie camera on the screen that could be found on a phone next year. This is designed to increase the screen-body ratio of a smartphone. Based on renderings created by Ishan Argawal (@ ishanagarwal24), the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will display a screen. This display will cover a record 92.5% of the phone’s body. Oppo Find X has a screen-to-body ratio of 87.04%. And other phones such as Huawei P30 Pro (88.5%) and OnePlus 7 Pro (88.4%) also have high ratios.
The interesting thing is that each of these models mentioned above uses something different. And to avoid having to use a large upper frame for the selfie patch. The Galaxy Note 10+ features the manufacturer’s Infinity-O screen, which uses a punch camera. The P30 Pro has a small notch at the top of the screen and OnePlus 7 Pro uses a pop-up mechanism.
Not all subsequent phones will have thinner frames. The renderings we have seen of the Pixel 4 series show an excellent front for the next models. But this is where Google plans to host the technology required for its Soli radar system. It will allow users to control certain phone functions with hand gestures. It also houses the secure face release technology that the phone will offer.
Meanwhile, the newly published patent also includes color illustrations such as those accompanying this article. Show the device dressed in beautiful shades of red.
(source: LetsGo Digital)