Lenovo appears to have discovered a brand new approach to have a notch on smartphone for the selfie digicam with out having it intrude the show. A Lenovo patent has been filed with China’s National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) that reveals a reverse notch design that may be carried out on smartphones. The reverse or inverse notch principally means there will probably be a small outward protrusion on the highest of the body that may home the selfie digicam. This resolution will permit the telephone to supply an edge-to-edge show with no punch-hole or notch. The patent reveals the reverse notch design on a number of kinds of Lenovo/ Motorola telephones.
As the patent photographs present, the reverse notch stands out from the highest left or proper nook of the body. The bump appears to be like barely awkward and distracting, however it’s a method of not having to sacrifice some a part of the show. The resolution can be various to the pop-up mechanism that sacrifices IP score and might trigger sturdiness issues. The sketches present how the reverse notch can look on various kinds of smartphones, together with what appears to be like like a Moto Z telephone that helps Moto Mods. It may recommend that the following Moto Z telephone, prone to be referred to as Moto Z5, could include a reverse notch design. It can be doable that the corporate could by no means launch a telephone with such a design.
Separately, 91mobiles additionally noticed a Xiaomi patent for a smartphone with a novel ‘twisting’ digicam design. As per the patent photographs, the show of the telephone will probably be cut up in to elements whereby the smaller portion might be twisted or rotated to carry the rear cameras to the entrance.