Just after Huawei Patented the futuristic under-display selfie camera design, now we have a look at the live render of the patent design. The popular tipster Ben Geskin has shared an image on his twitter handle that reveals sort of an actual implementation of the under-display camera.
Yesterday, we covered the patent leaks of the device where we saw two patent designs, one with a vertical camera module and another with the ring-shaped housing. The recent ring-shaped Huawei device’s patent has been made alive with the rendered image shared by the tipster.
The prototype in the image has a full-screen display with no almost no bezels. We do see the minimal bottom and top rims but it is insignificant. It has this alluring design with curved edges on both sides. Just by the side looks, it reminds us of the water-fall display from the prevailing Mi Mix Alpha smartphone.
Shifting to the rears, we see the same ring-shaped module which we saw on the recent patent. There are four cameras with dual-tone LED flash besides the lenses.
The renders lure us but we aren’t sure if this is what we will be getting. Though there is no word or any official announcement from Huawei, still considering the renders and previous patents we expect it to see in person soon.
Once more details are outed, we’ll be the first on to notify you on the same.