LG Revolutionary Design Language for Future Phones using 3D Arc Design & Raindrop Concept

LG Revolutionary Design Language

LG Revolutionary Design Language

LG Revolutionary Design Language

LG phone, after a long time, today announced the rendering of the new design language of its next generation of smartphones. The first is the “3D curved design”, which has two curved edges like most curved screen phones on the market, and the back is also designed to be symmetrical.

The biggest feature of the new design language is that the rear camera uses a “Raindrop” design. The cameras on the back of the device are arranged vertically on the left side of the device from large to small, like raindrops that are dripping, and the most important thing is that except for the main camera, the other cameras are translated below the back glass and the lens has no protrusions.

LG Revolutionary Design Language

LG’s mobile phone products have always been keen to hide the lens under the glass. The Nexus 4 that it originally produced for Google was designed in this way. Even if it is taken out now, it is very classic.

The front of the fuselage is designed with a curved screen named “3D Arc Design”. The screen and the back glass are relatively curved to give users a comfortable feel. For many years, LG has been a champion of hard-edged design. This change It can be said to be quite large.

LG Revolutionary Design Language

Faced with the rectangular lens module that is now full of streets, LG’s design can be said to be a clear stream, and the visual effect is also very good, but I don’t know when to see such a real machine.

According to some rumours, LG will launch new series of smartphones on May 15 instead of the G series, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. As for whether the new machine can be released as scheduled, and whether the design in the picture above is adopted, let us wait and see.

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