Do not delude yourself. Most smartphones known as "frameless" do not really deserve that. Which flag of this year's flagship is closest to this state?
This year we have a smartphone brand called the flag, whose design looks like: a narrow beam at the top, a large display, a narrow beam at the bottom. The first solid devices with such design were Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 +. Already at the beginning of the year we knew it was the future. These smartphones are said to be unarmed. But really do not have frames ? I do not think so, but it is already accepted. At the end of this year we also know that some have tried to break out of this scheme. Essential Phone is an example, in which we have a full screen display with a cut to the front camera. A similar procedure is found in the iPhone X, while the cut is much longer. Another idea was Xiaomi, which this year has refined the earlier concept of bezarmkowiec. Talking about Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, which only has a lower beam. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/747884/xiaomi-mi-mix-2-premiera-cena/ SamMobile has prepared a small graphic, which removed the display of a few flags this year. Such an operation was aimed at checking the size of the device frames . We have Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, Google Pixel 2 XL, iPhone X and Huawei Mate 10 Pro.If I was to be honest, then in this comparison all smartphones are very similar. Of course, the most distinctive is the iPhone X, but it is a shame that it ran out of Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 or Essential Phone. The comparison was supposed to give us a view on the frame. In this case, the best deal is the Galaxy Note 8, which has rounded sides of the display. Huawei Mate 10 Pro, as the only one, will not have rounded corners, and it seems that he will have the narrowest frame this season, just after the flagship of Samsung. In most cases, the difference is noticeable after a closer look. It is also worth noting that Google and Apple have gone the most, so in these two smartphones frame is the widest. Which of the designed designs do you like the most? Source: SamMobile , own compilation