Millet got a patent for quadrilateral screen: it can bend from top to bottom

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Millet got a patent for quadrilateral screen: it can bend from top to bottom

2019-02-09 09:17:21 390 ℃

IT Home News Feb. 8 According to foreign media reports, a design patent for millet was released in WIPO's global design database. The patent shows a quadrilateral smartphone with two cameras on the back. Let's take a look at it.


This patent mainly introduces four-curved display panels. The screen of the patent is perfectly symmetrical, and the bending part of the four sides reaches half of the thickness of the mobile phone. In addition, there are no keys on the device. At the bottom, there is a USB Type-C interface.

The design patent does not specify whether the device is equipped with a self-timer camera. Foreign media say self-timer cameras may be placed under the screen, just like fingerprint scanning cameras.

Lets GoDigital, the foreign media, also recently reported on a millet smartphone with a dual-hole punching camera.

This design patent includes illustrations of 24 different millet smartphones. All designs show that the mobile phone has a full screen. There are two cameras under the display screen. Various sensors are also placed under the screen, such as proximity sensor and light sensor. The front camera is located in the upper left or upper right corner. Millet will also attend the MWC 2019 conference in February. It is not clear whether millet will bring new products to the conference.