Huawei Under Screen-camera Phone Rendering based on exposed patent
There have been numerous patents for the under-screen camera, although there is no mass-produced model yet, and today the foreign media reported two patents for Huawei phones, discovering that they use the under-screen camera design. At the same time, Ben Geskin also produced Huawei Under screen-camera phone rendering based on exposed patent information.
It is reported that these two patents were applied for by Huawei to CNIPA (China State Intellectual Property Office) on October 28, 2019, officially announced today, the two patent designs are the same, the main difference is the rear camera layout.
The patent diagram shows that this design carries a phone that doesn’t use a visible camera on screen, a full screen, and there’s no elevated front camera opening found at the top, so presumably, it’s an under-screen camera lens design.
From the patent, the screen left and right is bezel-less, no openings on the side of the body, completely screen wrapped than Huawei Mate 30 Pro waterfall screen is more exaggerated. The only physical buttons on the body are the top switch button and the bottom USB port.
The difference between the two designs is in the back of the body, which has a circular camera layout, and the other is arranged vertically, where a square lens is visible, corresponding to a periscope lens.
According to report, these two patented designs may correspond to Huawei’s next-generation Mate and P series, as the circular camera layout is very similar to the current Mate 30 Pro, while the vertical arrangement of the design vertical layout, with a periscope lens, represents excellent photographic ability, corresponding to Huawei’s positioning of the P series.
However, the above is only speculation, the patent design is not confirmed, most of the patent design is still in the laboratory state or creative protection, rarely really meaning mass production.