LG patent reveals new phone with dual screen and narrow bezels

This is going be a high-end smartphone

    A patent from LG has surfaced online revealing the design of its upcoming smartphone. From the looks of it, the design is a hybrid of its premium smartphones from its G and S series. To remind you, the LG V series phones have a secondary customizable display above the primary display. On the other hand, the recently launched LG G6 sports a widescreen display.

    LG patent reveals new phone with dual screen and narrow bezels

    The patent, which has been obtained from the Korean Intellectual Property Rights services, is dated November 2016. If you take a look at the images on the patent, you can notice the handset has a secondary screen. The images further reveal that the phone's display would come with minimal bezels around it. The front-facing camera is placed right at the center on the top.

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    However, it is not clear from the image, whether the phone would have two independent screens or a single screen with a break in between to feature the second screen with front camera at the top. Strangely, the upper earpiece is not visible.

    This could mean that the phone may come with a piezoelectric speaker just like the Xiaomi Mi MIX.

    LG patent reveals new phone with dual screen and narrow bezels

    LG always tries to incorporate new designs in his high-end handsets. For example, the LG G3 featured rear-facing power button and volume rockers, which was kind of new in the smartphone industry.

    The bottom side of the phone shows a single speaker, 3.5mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port. Rumors have it that the company is working on the LG V30 smartphone. So there is a possibility, this is the design of that device.

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