Many cameraphone manufacturers have launched smartphones with retractable digital cameras, which include Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi with their Vivo NEX, Oppo Discover X, and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3. Samsung is Additionally said to release Galaxy A90 with a pop-up image sensor.
Now, it looks that Huawei is In addition jumping the bandwagon. While its sub-brand Honor has presently launched a phone with a similar mechanism — Honor Magic 2, Huawei is yet to launch a smartphone with a retractable camera.
Huawei has filed a patent for a smartphone with a sliding mechanism, indicating that the Chinese company is exploring the possibility of slider-based cameraphone design.
In a patent design published noted this month in the Global Design Database of the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) by Huawei Technologies proves a full-screen smartphone with a slider image sensor.
The cameraphone, with an almost borderless design with curved surface corners, houses the speaker-grille in the thinner bezel. The digital camera is extendable and offers space for a dual selfie digital camera, with a flash in the middle. On the back, there is room for two digital cameras and a flash.
There’s no fingerprint digital camera on the phone’s back display, what might mean that it will be placed under the screen. Another chance is that it is provided in the power button.
Since most of the premium cameraphones arrive with three or far more image sensor sensors on the back, we are assuming that this will be a price range device. It’s not yet known within which series this Huawei phone will be placed if it honestly receives released. The manufacturer recently filed trademark applications for P Smart X and P Smart Z, and this patent design of a phone can be a part of the up coming P Smart lineup.