Every now then , Xiaomi surprises us with a cool, innovative phone that we then never get to undertake . This makes us sad but the planet may be a cruel place and every one we will do is hope that during all one amongst one in every of one among these nice features will at some point find yourself in a widely available device.
This time, the corporate features a concept phone with a quad-curved waterfall display. This suggests that the display “overflows” over all four sides of the phone with “almost” the whole frame of the phone covered by the display. The phone has no ports or buttons and sounds absolutely infuriating to use but it’s extremely cool to seem at inspect the video below.
The effect is even more impressive once you place two of those phones side-by-side and play a video. Which nobody will ever neutralize real world , but it’s great for promotional videos like these.
Was Bending Glass four way a complicated process?
Xiaomi claims that bending the glass four ways was a particularly complicated process. Which required internally developed glass processing equipment hot bending under temperature of 800 degrees Celsius and high four polishing tools and ten complex polishing procedures. It took “thousands of attempts” to urge one such piece of glass, Xiaomi says.
As for all of the things that’s missing namely ports, buttons, speakers, cameras and such Xiaomi said it took 46 patented technologies to exchange them with invisible features like under-display cameras, wireless charging, and pressure-sensitive touch sensors.
In 2019 Xiaomi launched an identical phone called the Mi Mix Alpha which had a display wrapped round the phone completely. That phone, however, did not have the display overflowing over the highest and bottom. It appears that Xiaomi is simply a couple of steps faraway from creating a phone that’s literally all screen on all sides.