It appears the notch display phones era is coming to an end by the end of this year. Several Android device manufacturers are seemingly shifting to new screen design elements — thanks to Samsung for introducing the Infinity Display technologies at SDC 2018. The Korean tech giant recently has also announced its Infinity-O display cutout smartphone – the Galaxy A8s would supposedly be unveiled next month. Not only Samsung but recently Huawei has also teased its new in-display camera smartphone that is expected to launch this December.
Well, there’s another smartphone manufacturer that is about to join the in-display camera smartphone bandwagon. Yes, its the Lenovo, which has teased the display technology of the upcoming Lenovo Z5s smartphone through what it appears to be a press render. The render showcases the punch hole camera inside the display on the top-center of the smartphone, where usually a notch fits in.
However, its pretty much identical to what we have seen on the Samsung and Huawei’s upcoming in-display camera phones. When compared to these phones, the only difference would be the punch-hole camera deployment, as Z5s positions it in the center, unlike the others where it was showcased far left to the display. On the whole, be prepared to witness a spree of new display smartphones starting this December and early next year, where Samsung is geared up to launch allegedly four Galaxy S10 smartphones with the similar Infinity display setups.