Full-Screen Smartphone – From Concept To Reality: Huawei Honor Brand Not Left Out

A few years ago, a full-screen smartphone was only a concept. Many never thought it will be possible to achieve a full-screen display. With the continuous development of science and technology, major manufacturers followed up on the full-screen smartphone concept and today, it is a reality. Xiaomi Mi MIX, Samsung S8, LG V30 and other full-screen smartphones have been released in recent times. Thus the populace can now have a proper insight of the full-screen display because it can only get better.

This month, we expect the likes of Xiaomi, VIVO, Huawei, and other brands to launch a full-screen smartphone as this new tech cannot be ignored if you want to be or remain a major player in the smartphone industry.

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Yesterday, Huawei Honor Brand president, Zhao Ming said in an interview that Huawei is working on a comprehensive screen design to avoid the homogenization of the bright spot in the second half of 2017. He further said that many full-screen smartphones will be available and Huawei is fully prepared to remain in the game of technological advancement.

In addition, Zhao talked about the Huawei Honor Note series and he noted that the original plan was to release a new model in the Huawei Honor Note series in October this year but that plan has changed as some unforeseen situations led to the re-adjustment of its plans. However, Zhao did not disclose the new release time.

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The Huawei Honor Note 9 uses a comprehensive screen design with a high screen-to-body ratio. The details of this new machine are still obscure, all we know is that it will definitely have a comprehensive screen design. Considering the statement of Huawei Honor Brand president, Zhao Ming, this flagship smartphone should be unveiled this year.

Source (Translated from Chinese)




I have been a strong follower of Android devices since the release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Right now, Chinese tech completely fascinates me because they are probably the only manufacturers who tries to merge budget and specs.

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