Xiaomi’s new patent describes a mobile phone whose sliding display, in addition to hiding selfie sensors, is bent down in the frame to the back panel and under the camera module.
Many users find selfie camera holes to be a nuisance on the screen, which is why companies seek to prevent screen perforation and provide a full-screen experience with a variety of solutions, including hiding the camera under the screen, pop-up cameras and sliding screens.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is one of these mobile phones that hides the selfie sensors thanks to the sliding mechanism and has a full screen display. Now the new patent shows that Xiaomi intends to combine a sliding mechanism with a rolling mechanism.
This patent is provided by the site LetsGoDigital Describes a mobile phone with a full screen display on the front panel. Interestingly, the screen is stretched from the bottom edge to the back panel and below the camera module. The mentioned Dutch website has designed a possible icon of this mobile phone, which you can see below:
The screen of the phone in question has a sliding mechanism and two selfie cameras and two additional sensors embedded in the upper edge of the body. Hides. The user can scroll down or use the selfie camera by tapping or using voice commands. The display covers about two-thirds of the back panel and stays in place as it is pulled down by an electric magnet.
In late 2019, Xiaomi unveiled the May Mix Alpha with a full-body display, and the registration of this patent has raised speculation about the introduction of a successor. Xiaomi CEO confirmed in 2020 that the company is developing a new mobile phone from the Mi Mix series. It remains to be seen whether Xiaomi, like the Mi Mix Alpha, will use a high-end design.