The smartphone industry is rapidly jumping on the tall, bezel-less display bandwagon this year and it appears that Lenovo will soon put out a device that ticks those boxes as well. Lenovo’s VP Chang Cheng has teased a “full-screen smartphone” on Weibo today which suggests that the company will soon be launching a bezel-less smartphone that might have a screen to body ratio of up to 95 percent.

The teaser image only shows a portion of the device but it does hint at the possibility that this device doesn’t have the notch. The trend this year seems to be toward the display notch as well. We’ve seen manufacturers like Huawei, Nokia, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and others move to this trend but it appears that Lenovo wants to go in a different direction.

It would certainly set the handset apart from the competition. Cheng also revealed via Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter, that this handset is going to have a screen to body ratio of 95 percent which is something that not many smartphones on the market can boast about. If the claim is true then the upcoming Lenovo smartphone will deliver a truly full-screen experience the likes of which no other device on the market can truly match.

Not much has been revealed about this device so far which means we will have to wait a bit to get additional information. Lenovo is going to unveil this handset on June 14th.

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