Huawei Concept Phone Seems to Be an Absolute Stunner Sans Any Physical Key

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Recently, Xiaomi unveiled a concept phone called the Xiaomi Mi Mix with almost bezel-less display and the smartphone enthusiasts have gone crazy since then. It appears as if other smartphone vendors, especially the Chinese ones have taken a note of this.

Huawei Concept Phone Seems to Be an Absolute Stunner

After Meizu's unannounced phone with a nearly bezel-less display surfaced online, Huawei's concept phone which is rumoured to come with a display similar to the one on Mi Mix is making headlines now. And as if it weren't enough, the smartphone will reportedly have no physical buttons on it.

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Furthermore, the company is expected to release a handset with super-quick charging technology by late December. Given the fact that we've been seeing a fair amount of leaks about an almost bezel-less smartphone, we can expect this concept phone to see the light of the day by the end of this year.

For those who are not in the know, Huawei had recently introduced a new battery technology with the help of Graphene-Assisted Li-ion battery. What's so special about this, you may ask? Well, apart from being able to withstand temperatures up to 60-degree Celsius (140-degree Fahrenheit), they can run twice as long as the standard ones do.

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At this point of time, we don't know much about the device except that the smartphone will come with a button-less, bezel-less, and quad-edge screen with the physical camera, fingerprint scanner, and capacitive keys integrated on the phone's display itself. Also, it may not come with the no-more-a-standard 3.5mm jack and you may have to make use of USB Type-C for media playback.

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