At Honor, screens 18: 9 "Full View" or borderless will now be standard on the new smartphones that the Chinese manufacturer intends to release. This ratio begins to slowly democratize and we had already realized on the latest smartphones manufacturer that we could have the chance to test. However things are now clear as indicated by the manufacturer to a recognized serial leaker, Roland Quandt. Illustration: Honor 7XThe borderless screens will be democratized over time, Xiaomi with his first Mi Mix surprised everyone. Meanwhile, Samsung, LG, Huawei, Honor and many others have followed suit. Rare are the builders who have not yet taken the plunge. The ratio 18: 9 will become the norm on smartphones leaving the 16: 9. This is not really a surprise, there are many advantages to these screens, starting with reducing the clutter of our terminals.
Honor buries the 16: 9 screen ratio in favor of 18: 9
The Honor 7X already takes this ratio 18: 9 and its borders are fine. The device is offered at a competitive price given its technical sheet and its design, the smartphone participates in the democratization of this ratio. The trend will remain the same for the next devices of Honor to believe the tweet of Roland Quandt. "There will be no new Honor phones that do not have a FullView display (18: 9 ratio) …" This sentence therefore leaves no room for doubt, all the next smartphones of the manufacturer will have well and truly 'Full View' display with 18: 9 ratio.
In any case, if Honor officially communicates on this point, the other manufacturers are already following the same trend. The Redmi 5 Plus that we have tested confirms that Xiaomi has already taken this step. Sony should also follow his classmates with the new Xperia 2018, from this point of view the Japanese lag behind that it is time to resorb. Tell us in the comments what do you think screens 18: 9? Is it beneficial to you?
Honor GER says "there will be no new Honor phones that do not have a FullView display" (18: 9 ratio) from this point on.
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 31, 2018