Oppo has leaked pictures of another cell phone display plan. The company calls it the “Waterfall Screen.”
While Oppo has released telephones with bent screens previously, similar to the Find X, the photographs show how the Waterfall Screen takes the plan to the following level by expanding the board considerably further around the edges of the screen at 88 degrees.
The outcome is a model telephone with a bizarrely tall perspective proportion, in any event when seen from the front.
Taking borderless smartphone innovation to new heights, we're thrilled to give you a first look at 'Waterfall Screen' technology. 🤯
What do you think the screen-to-body ratio is on this prototype? 😏 pic.twitter.com/99AQKh9ZgH
— OPPO (@oppo) July 29, 2019
OPPO: Concerns about the new design
This without a doubt looks cool, however, it raises certain ease of use concerns. It’s uncertain whether the additional screen zone will be touch-sensitive.
It is also possible that Oppo may successfully come out with a way to get rid of accidental touch inputs. The telephone’s edges likewise need more space for power and volume buttons, so Oppo should discover someplace to move them. Bended presentations can be troublesome, so a much curvier one may not be appealing to everyone.
OPPO "Waterfall Screen" mobile phone demo（1） pic.twitter.com/s3qEXCp6QS
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 29, 2019
Regardless, almost certainly, we’ll see this plan on a business telephone in the not so distant future — Oppo frequently declares key innovation in model structure as a secret for its next gadgets, also those of sister organization OnePlus.
What’s more, returning off the of Oppo’s best telephone ever, the noteworthy lead Reno 10x Zoom, this ought to be one to watch.
For the time being, all the organization is stating in its official statement is “With the inventive ‘Waterfall Screen’ plan, OPPO will before long convey a vivid visual encounter and imaginative stylish to clients.”
— Falken Tech (@TechFalken) July 29, 2019
More about the company
OPPO is a Chinese phone maker who is known for selling its extremely amazing camera phones.
The company is also the owner of brands such as OnePlus which touts itself as the flagship killer and another brand called Vivo which is also famous for its camera phones. The company has its roots in China but is aiming for global success.
OPPO showed world’s first “Waterfall Screen” with left and right edges curve at 88-degree 😯
Pros: narrower device, no visible side bezels, virtual keys?
Cons: accidental touches, more fragile pic.twitter.com/FcYHZ6AuVj
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) July 29, 2019
Tony Chen established OPPO in 2004. The company enjoys a huge user base in South-East Asian countries like India and China.
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