Oppo’s VP Shared Images of Upcoming ‘Waterfall Screen’ Design

It could also feature an in-display camera

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The Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has good impressions in the market for launching new mobile designs. The company recently showcased its new under-display camera technology at MWC 2019, Shanghai. Now, the company’s Vice President Brian Shen shared some images of the upcoming curved display which might be called something like ‘Waterfall Screen‘.

The fresh images coming out of oven shows-off the mysterious Oppo handset that features the dual-edge curved screen. The curvature is allegedly said to be the largest curve on any smartphone ever. Because its left and right edges curve at 88-degrees. Alongside this curve display, the phone appears to feature a larger aspect ratio.

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Take a look at the images below;

When you will see from the front, it appears there is no bezel on the left and right sides except ultrathin upper and lower bezels. And thanks to this design, this phone will feature a larger screen-to-body ratio. In images, the phone has been shown next to the Oppo Find X device. So, presumably, I believe that the phone will offer a tall screen like Sony Xperia 1. Alongside it could have thin body design.

Now, you might be thinking about the front camera placement. And since Oppo has already shown-off their under-display camera technology, we should obviously look forward to the under-display front camera on this smartphone. Well, the technology is still in its development phase, but we assume it could hit the market by the second half of 2020.

This is the first glance at the Oppo’s upcoming ‘Waterfall Display’ phone. There is still more to come in light. Furthermore, the Oppo’s sister brand Vivo is also working on their next-generation Vivo NEX device. We have still lack of information about these upcoming devices. So, make sure to keep yourself in touch.

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