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Comment: A notchless iPhone is a way off yet, despite Oppo’s announcement

[2019-06-26 11:49:02]

While I personally hardly ever notice the notch in my iPhone X, there are those who want Apple to get back to a notchless iPhone. To do that while retaining the bezel-free design, Apple would have to find a way of embedding beneath the display all the tech present in the notch. Oppo, the best-selling smartphone brand in China, has gotten us one step closer to this: showing off the world’s first smartphone with the selfie camera underneath the display. It is an impressive technical achievement, but it’s nothing like enough for a notchless iPhone yet, for three reasons … The post Comment: A notchless iPhone is a way off yet, despite Oppo’s announcement appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Comment: A notchless iPhone is a way off yet, despite Oppo’s announcement


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