Xiaomi’s patent application for a smartphone with a single 108-megapixel camera and a secondary display on the back


Xiaomi’s patent application for a smartphone with a single 108-megapixel camera and a secondary display on the back

Xiaomi’s patent application for a smartphone with a single 108-megapixel camera and a secondary display on the back

EMGblog.com: The smartphone manufacturing industry has reached a high level of ingenuity Today, it is a difficult task for manufacturers to design a device with advanced features compared to other phones. Most flagship phones are similar from the front, and the differences behind them are mainly related to the shape of the camera module. Apparently, the officials of Xiaomi have plans in mind that can be used for a smartphone. , to create a completely different appearance from what we imagine. This can be seen from Xiaomi’s new patent application filed by the “National Intellectual Property Organization of China” (CNIPA) published, retrieved. Of course, this patent application was first published on Friday, July 10, 2020 (20 July 2019) by TechiesBlog observed.

Unlike the vague images we have seen in many patents, the published images of the new patent application Xiaomi is very accurate and clear. The unique design of the phone in this patent application emphasizes the two elements of the display and the camera. In this design, the main display covers almost the entire front part of the body and is also stretched on the edges. In this way, there are no margins on the left and right sides of the device, and the top and bottom margins have also been reduced to a great extent. One of the factors that has been effective in reducing the upper margin is the removal of the selfie camera.

In the new patent application Xiaomi, instead of using multiple lenses and sensors, has settled on only one camera on the back. Of course, this camera has a resolution of 108 megapixels and its lens is extendable or can be moved and opened. Thanks to this movable lens, the camera can zoom powerfully. Of course, it is obvious that at high zooms, the lens protrudes from the back of the device, which raises doubts about the durability of the lens or its resistance to water. But the more interesting part of the patent is related to the secondary display.

As mentioned, it covers the main display on the edges and even covers a little part of the back. After a very small distance, another screen can be seen that covers almost two thirds of the body surface on the back of the phone. Due to the removal of the front camera, taking selfies will be the responsibility of the main camera. Therefore, the secondary display plays the role of selfie viewfinder. In this way, to take a selfie, the user must turn the phone so that the camera lens is in front of his face. Then, according to the image he sees on the secondary screen, he takes a selfie by choosing the right angle.

It should be noted, putting a secondary display on the back to remove the selfie camera is not a new idea and already Vivo in late 2018, with the production of Vivo NEX Dual Display to This idea of ​​society was covered. Even Xiaomi itself in September 2019 with the introduction of

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