Lenovo’s Zuk Unveils Transparent Display Smartphone Prototype

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Earlier this week we saw Zuk, Lenovo’s online-only brand, launching its first smartphone in China named the Zuk Z1. The firm has also showcased a smartphone prototype, the highlight of which is a transparent display.

In a series of images posted on Weibo from the Z1 launch event on Tuesday, the prototype smartphone is seen featuring a near bezel-less frame on the transparent glass-like display. The prototype is said to perform almost all functions of a traditional smartphone such as displaying images, making phone calls, play music, and more, and features an Android-like interface.

While there is no information revealed about the transparent display of the Zuk smartphone prototype, the image showing a picture of a girl on the display does hint towards a high pixel density. Needless to say, since this is a prototype smartphone, we would not be seeing it hitting the markets just yet, not at least until next year. In addition, the tech required to create transparent displays is not…

3 Comments on Lenovo’s Zuk Unveils Transparent Display Smartphone Prototype

  1. Samsung and LG are now making transparent phones but Sony back in the days when it was Sony Ericsson and in the year of 2010, they made a transparent phone called Xperia Pureness. It wasn't a prototype, it was an actual phone and sold it so next time correct yourself.

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