The big manufacturers never tried to invest in this concept. Now Xiaomi has patented a design for a 3D smartphone out of nowhere
There have been a few attempts at 3D smartphones in the past, but none of them won their place. That’s why the big manufacturers never tried to invest in this concept. Now Xiaomi has patented a design for a 3D smartphone out of nowhere
According to LetsGoDigital, Beijing Xiaomi Mobile Software registered this design patent with The Hague International Design Bulletin, which is part of the OMPI (World Intellectual Property Office), last month (January 2021). Surprisingly, the application for this patent was approved in a month and the documentation published on February 5, 2021.
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“Xiaomi smartphone with 3D photography and 3D video recording via the four cameras in the four corners of the back”. #Xiaomi # 3D pic.twitter.com/CHo1CST3gU
– LetsGoDigital – Mark Peters (@letsgodigitalNL) February 8, 2021
The design shows us a smartphone with no notches, holes or popup modules. This can indicate that the smartphone may have a camera under the screen. In addition, the equipment has a total of four chambers on the back, oddly enough, one in each corner.
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It can be seen that there is an on / off switch on the right side, in addition to the usual volume buttons, and a SIM card slot on the left. The bottom of the device has a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a grid that indicates a speaker, as well as a microphone.
These four cameras can be used for 3D and video photography. As mentioned at the beginning, there have been many phones in the past like the HTC Evo 3D and the LG Optimus 3D with similar functions. But they never managed to achieve their intended success. In fact, 3D has now been replaced by RA and RV in the entertainment industry.
Therefore, Xiaomi will not be launching a 3D smartphone in the near future.
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