OPPO has always been pushing the envelope in terms of design. And just recently, the company has introduced yet another marvel, the OPPO Waterfall screen. We’re going from waterdrop notches to this.

In their official Twitter page, the company revealed the OPPO Waterfall screen. This device has completely bent edges, curved at 88-degrees. This practically means that the side bezels have been almost completely eliminated.

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Also, thanks to the company’s under-display front camera technology, the selfie snapper is now beneath the screen. This allowed OPPO to have the top bezel to be as thin as possible. The bottom chin also has the same dimensions too.

We’ve seen this similar design to the OPPO Find X last year. But this time, the screen exceeds to where used to be the territory for the lock/power and volume controls. This makes us wonder where OPPO put these buttons.

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See also: OPPO Reno 10x Zoom Review

Still, it looks pretty cool. The gif that OPPO posted shows the prototype device in action. From what it looks like, it has decent viewing angles, although the reflection from the creese of the curve is noticeable. But, thanks to its almost non-existent bezels, it feels like you’re holding nothing but the display itself.

It’s still not clear what device will feature this new display design. But if we were to speculate, it could be the follow-up the Find X.



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