The Secret Behind HUAWEI P20 Lite Notch on Full View Display



Sun, 13 May 2018 - 03:18 GMT


Sun, 13 May 2018 - 03:18 GMT

Huawei Phones - Press Photo

Huawei Phones - Press Photo

CAIRO – 13 May 2018: Huawei recently launched HUAWEI P20 Lite as a new model for young, fashion-conscious consumers who value individualized experiences greatly. Like many of Huawei’s current devices, HUAWEI P features the FullView display and the latest EMUI 8.0 operating system (OS). With a stylish overall design and fine craftsmanship, this model has been well received since it launched.

In order to entice young consumers, Huawei had put enormous effort to achieve perfection with the HUAWEI P20 Lite, and its breakthrough notch design is an exceptional example of the handset maker’s attention to detail.

Since it was introduced to the market by iPhone X, the notch has since become a standard feature of today’s smartphones. Nestled on top of the screen, the notch looks deceptively insignificant, but its dimensions actually have a direct influence on the overall design of a smartphone. HUAWEI P20 Lite designers were thus meticulous when refining the notch design.

Notch width nearly halved

The notch will shrink with time as smartphone manufacturers become better with packing more technology into a smaller space. For HUAWEI’s P20 Lite, the design team at Huawei was able to confine all the incredible technology in notch that is only a 5mm thick. Even more impressively, the width of the notch is 47 percent smaller than that of the iPhone X. By achieving a tiny notch, Huawei gives consumers what is essentially a glimpse into the future of smartphone design with its new HUAWEI P20 Lite.

Huawei Phone - Press Photo

Behind the notch: perfect layout of cameras, sensors and speakers

The smaller the notch, the harder it is to cram the cameras, sensors and the earpiece into the space. To put everything inside the tiny notch on HUAWEI P20 Lite, Huawei made a few unique innovations for the device’s front camera. The dust-proof foam of the lens package has been shrunk by 0.2mm, and the earpiece was designed in the shape of the periscope in order to deliver incredible audio while using the minimal amount of space. These special customizations allowed Huawei to significantly cut down the size of the notch.

Unique antenna design optimizes space and performance

The antenna also proved to be a design challenge. To minimize the space, the antenna occupies while ensuring signal reception remains uncompromised, Huawei adopted a unique antenna design which allows it to cut the length of the part from 11.1 mm to 2.6 mm without affecting the antenna’s performance.

Huawei Phone - Press Photo

EMUI adapts to the notch

To make the most out of the FullView display, Huawei modified design elements of EMUI 8.0 so that HUAWEI P20 Lite’s status bar uses the space on both sides of the notch. An option to fully mask out the extra areas is also available for users who prefer to hide the notch.

The minimal notch design is but one of the many outcomes resulting from HUAWEI’s pursuit of perfection. From the overall design to its build quality, every facet of the HUAWEI P20 Lite exudes HUAWEI’s signature excellence. The FullView display-equipped Huawei has a very desirable cost-performance ratio and a low cost of entry, making it a very attractive option for younger consumers.



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