The natural development of the hack is the impact hole. This can all be explained by the pursuit of a smartphone that is completely screened. Well, at least get as close as possible. Bezels, as we know them, is a thing of the past, and we have to wait for smartphones that have hack or holes in their monitors, just to maximize screened property and screen for body conditions. Samsung and Huawei compete directly with becoming the first manufacturer to announce a smartphone with a hole for the camera on the screen.
However, holes in the display need not necessarily be all about the camera. According to a newly filed ZTE patent, the phone manufacturer estimates a screen shootout that will hold the earpiece. In this way, ZTE can eliminate the top edge and get as close as possible to a smart screen across the screen. The drawings in the patent application do not reveal a camera facing forward, which may mean that the phone either has no one at all, or it may be behind the screen, which is even more exciting and slides the envelope. 1