ZTE launched at the beginning of May the ZTE Azon 10 Pro, which stands out for its Snapdragon 855 processor and 5G connectivity. The company, while signing as OPPO Y Xiaomi have already shown their cameras under the screen, work in the world's first smartphone with two holes in the screen.
Through Tiger Mobiles they have shown a few patents for a new smartphone from ZTE, which stands out for being the world's first smartphone with two holes in the screen. Although the device might not reach the market, the Chinese company has patented a new design which consists of placing two circular punch holes on the screen and next to each other.
According to rumors, one of these holes will house the front chamber, while the second one could include an alternative lens, such as a wide angle or a depth sensor. In the same way, it is also pointed out that the second perforation could be the new home of the internal speakeras the patent does not show any signs along the edge of the frame.
The first smartphone with two holes in the screen
The patent also reveals that the smartphone screen has minimal side bezels and slightly thicker chin. Also striking is the lack of a fingerprint scanner on the side and on the back, so everything indicates that will be integrated into the screen itself.
Regarding the design on the back of the smartphone, the patent shows a vertically arranged dual rear camera setup accompanied by an LED flash. This information must be treated as it is, since a patent does not mean that the device ends up seeing the light, although we must be attentive to the movements of the Chinese company.