The Honor Magic promises to be another bezel-less miracle, leaks suggest
When it comes to phones that had very little bezels, the award falls into the laps of Chinese phone makers because Vivo was the pacesetter in this region and when it comes to one that had nearly no bezels at all, the manufacturers from this region were still the one to look too.
First, the Mi Mix was announced from the stables of Xiaomi no this one was touted to be very thin that it had no bezels. Being a concept phone, Huawei also started to make use of it Honor sub-brand in a bid to contest with this kind of concept device and now that we are expecting what is to be called the Honor Magic, there are new rumours to suggest that this one would be nearly bezel-less too, if not entirely bezel-less.
For the Mi Mix, an amazing 91.3% body to screen ration was recorded and this was mad possible with some sacrifices that were made on the device, one of the most pronounced of this being the fact that the camera had to be shifted from the top to the base. This is not expected to be the case with Honor’s design though as there would be bezels on both the top and bottom of the device, giving the camera enough space and ensuring that the ration on this one is about 85-90%.
With no speakers on the front, it is just logical that they shift it to the base of the device and on the 12th of December, all of our rumours would either be confirmed or debunked.
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