Xioami’s new phone will get curved waterfall display, there is no button, bezel and port

Xiaomi has introduced the concept phone without a button. (Photo: Xiaomi / twitter)

Almost the entire frame of this phone is covered in the screen. There is no button or port in this phone of Xiaomi, which will promote the futuristic unibody no-port design.

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  • Last Updated:February 8, 2021, 2:09 PM IST

Global technology leader Xiaomi recently introduced its first quad-curved waterfall screen concept smartphone officially. This means that there will be no button or port on any corner of the phone. The 88 degree hyper quad-curved screen design makes the visual interface feel like water flowing over the surface of the phone. Almost the entire frame of this phone is covered in the screen. There is no button or port in this phone of Xiaomi, which will promote the futuristic unibody no-port design.

Xiaomi said that the company is expecting new success, new opportunity, and progress in quad-curved waterfall display. In this, 88 degree ultra quad-curved glass is beyond the technical limit of glass production.

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With a deep 88 ° turn on all four sides, the self-development glass requires processing equipment to shine a piece of hyper-covered glass. The company said, “This revolutionary design ensures that almost all parts of the phone are covered with the display.”Launched Mi Air Technology

Xiaomi last month introduced a new form of charging called Mi Air Charge Technology, which is capable of charging devices over a range of several meters.

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Currently Xiaomi’s remote charging technology is the ability to charge up to 5-watt remote for a single device. Apart from this, multiple devices can also be charged at the same time. The special thing is that any interruption in it does not reduce the charging capacity.



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