Huawei Honor Will Launch ‘All-Screen’ Smartphone Concept: Features Update & More Details Revealed!

By Muhammad Firman Akhsanu Ridho , Updated Dec 07, 2016 07:53 PM EST

A few years ago, Google revealed Project Ara, which should result in a fully modular smartphone. The user is being able to mount their device in any way they want, choosing the camera, chipset and RAM, for example. Motorola has taken a step in this direction and launched Moto Z with Moto Mods, which are modules designed to enhance your smartphone, such as more battery or better camera, for example. Now, Honor wants to revolutionize even more and should launch a new concept soon using "All-Screen" Smartphone Concept.

According to Digital Trends, Honor will reveal more details this week, a new "All-Screen" Smartphone Concept. That should not count on items considered important as sound output or camera. The body of the device should only have the screen, and if people want a camera or sound output, the user will have to purchase a separate module.

Unfortunately, little is known about these modules of "All-Screen" Smartphone Concept. However, it is expected that there are several models available so that the user can choose the one that best suits their needs.

In addition, "All-Screen" Smartphone Concept should rely on super-fast battery charging, with 50% of the charge being available to the user in just 5 minutes. For users looking for a good display, the new Honor device can count on a curved AMOLED display manufactured by Samsung. According to a teaser of Honor itself, this smartphone is scheduled to be announced in Dec 7th. Yet, no other information has been officially released.

There is still unclear about the detail specs like RAM, processors, and storage capacity. However, this "All-Screen" Smartphone Concept should be the high-end smartphone. It is very possible that Huawei will put the high-end hardware inside to compete with the giant smartphone manufacturer, Samsung and Apple.

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