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May 9, 2017

What is frameless smartphone and what Pros and Cons it has?

After the announcement of UMIDIGI Crystal, the frameless smartphone - also known as all-screen or bezel-less phones - has caught a deal of attention of the consumers as well as manufacturers. So have you wonder a serious as such: what frameless smartphone is really about, and what pros and cons it may have? Today we will go into the topic in depth. 

What frameless smartphone really is, and what pros and cons it may have? Seemingly almost the whole front face of a frameless smartphone is covered by the screen, the screen has a much higher proportion of the device’s front face. Phones like Xiaomi Mix, Samsung S8, UMIDIGI Crystal are in the frameless phone category, which means three or four sides of the front frame are made with super narrow-band. Generally speaking, a frameless phone is equivalent to an ultra narrow-band frame design phone on the front face, and thus it has a much higher screen proportion than regular phones.

What’s the benefit of a frameless phone?
The benefit of a frameless phone is quite noticeable, first of all, it looks stunningly beautiful; secondly, it can reduce the size of the phone but insert a bigger screen within the same size of mold. In short, a frameless phone brings extraordinary visual experience while enhancing the ID design. 

What “disadvantages” may a frameless phone have?
Since the screen proportion on a frameless phone has been enlarged to its limit, it brings quite a few technical difficulties on replacing the earpiece, front camera and the proximity sensor from where they used to be or to make them smaller in order to save more space for the screen. Manufacturers like Xiaomi and UMIDIGI chose to go with another way to solve this issue. Xiaomi Mix uses cantilever piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology with a full-ceramic body for audio transmission. UMIDIGI, on the other hand, chose to apply structural innovation by introducing the Box audio cavity design, that allows a very thin earpiece “line” on the forehead and moves the light sensor to the top-end of the phone. In order to make place for the screen, the touch ID has to be placed on the back of the phone, in which way some users may find not as convenient as those on the front. It is a compromise move. However, there are other manufacturers looking for some other ways such as front Face ID or Iris recognition as alternatives. By doing so, users may no longer rely on the touch ID in the future.

To sum it up, the benefits are over the disadvantages on frameless phones, and that’s why the frameless feature is becoming more popular. The history of smartphone screen has come from LCD screen, OLED screen, Curved screen, and now the astonishing frameless screen. The beauty of the smartphone keeps on evolving. As the demand increases and the upstream technology develops, the frameless smartphone will soon be the major focus of smartphone manufacturers. 
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