Sony has become one of the companies that are lower-income have been billed in the past few years. The new models of the range Xperia have not caught on among users as they believed from the company, however, the japanese giant does not cease in its efforts to regain the position which he held some time ago in the market. Something is moving in Sony, and the innovation has a lot to do with it. In this case we speak of a new patent in which you can see a Xperia flip that would have a transparent screen. We tell you all the details.
Does a Sony Xperia-folding screen flexible and transparent?
Flip phones are the order of the day. Since Samsung presented to the society their first flexible device, there have been many the information which have appeared on the various brands. Huawei, LG,^( … A lot of big phone companies have joined a trend that will become the real protagonist of 2019. Today it is the turn of Sony of which have already appeared , the patents of the first Xperia folding of its history. It is an innovative device that would have the technology flexible and where there is one trait above the rest: the transparency of your screen.
In the patent disclosed by^( we can appreciate the model that Sony plans to revolutionize the market. A smartphone completely innovative that would not be defined solely as a Xperia foldable, but as a device transparent. A component that can become a revolution in the manufacture of screens and shown to the world as an innovation rather unexpected. As we can see in the images, the mobile would have the usual aspect of a smartphone current but would have two screens instead of one.
Another of the outstanding traits of the Xperia folding is based on six display modes, three different for each one of the screens. In the first place we could have the standard screen, a second mode, semi-transparent, and a third function that is completely transparent. For the moment, nothing more is known about this new device. Will have to wait for new leaks, but it is clear that Sony wants to do something new.
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