The first patent is honoring the smartphone along with a waterfall display. The recently inaugurated Vivo NEX 3 has a waterfall exhibit. However, unlike Vivo NEX 3, Oppo’s patented phone has spiraled displays on all four facets.
The smartphone could come with haptic touch-based clues instead of the power lever and volume rockers. Other details regarding the camera module is a patented smartphone are still under the wraps.
The second patent circumstances a flat-screen smartphone with limited bezels on all aspects. Under the bezel region of the display, the patent Oppo phone could have a lot of sensors.
Like, a light sensor installed in the display could be able to adjust the screen brightness founded on the light in the climate.
Along with this sensor, the patented phone can itself and accurately lessen the brightness in dark regions and boost the brightness in an outdoor climate. This technology is not something completely new as most smartphones already possess this feature.
However, the light sensors are usually ingrained in the notch that includes the front camera aspect. By spotting the sensor under the display, Oppo’s patented phone can develop a full-screen phone.
With this technology, Oppo could be scheduled to put a wide range of detectors under the display of a smartphone. This technology can be utilized with an OLED or a Micro LED exhibit.
It should be deemed that these are just documents and Oppo may never really generate the smartphones in physical shape. It is clear that the additional patent is easier to realize than the first.
All the additional so because Oppo still gives most smartphones along with a flat-screen. Nevertheless, the Chinese manufacturer does have various phones in the portfolio with a curved display, comprising the Find X.
The firm also demonstrated a phone with a so-called ‘waterfall display’ two months before. This Oppo phone had a curved display that broadened all the way to the aspects.