It’s pretty clear that what consumers are looking for, and what OEMs are trying to make are super-thin bezel displays. According to various reports and leaks, US’s Apple are aiming to take this one step forward by creating a completely bezel-free smartphone.
In a post published by nowhereelse.fr, a picture which is allegedly a leaked shot from an Apple insider shows us what could be the front frame of the world’s first bezel free smartphone. For many months, stories and rumours concerning the same topic have been going around.
There’s a reason why buyers are looking for smartphones with thinner bezels. Not only does having thinner bezels exponentially increase the aesthetic value of the device, but it also makes it much more handy. Take for example, the Google Nexus 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S3. Both devices have virtually the same footprint, but the Nexus 5 packs a 5-inch screen whereas the S3 comes with only a 4.8-inch one.
Therefore, the same overall size of the device can now accommodate a much larger display. Having said that, it is known that Apple like taking things to the next level; so will be the case with their next iPhone, perhaps. As seen in the leaked image, the iPhone 6 might well feature NO bezels which will probably allow for a 4.3-4.5-inch screen which provides for the much needed screen size increase in Apple devices.