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LG reveals "3D Arc" smartphone design with "Raindrop" camera

LG's mobile division is struggling as they are not even in the top 7 of the global smartphone market share. Clearly, the company needs to do something about it. One of them is by being different in a good way.
LG reveals "3D Arc" smartphone design with "Raindrop" camera
3D Arc Design

For a change!

Recently, LG has unveiled a new minimalistic design language for its upcoming smartphone. The company said that it is a nod to the natural world with a visual form factor that differs from the industry trend.
Raindrop camera
Raindrop camera

The design of the handset highlights a "Raindrop" camera and front-back symmetrical curves.

Unlike the current trend of squarish camera bump seen on many high-end smartphones today, LG's back panel sports three rear cameras and an LED flash in descending order by size.

It says that the main camera sits slightly above the surface while the two other camera lenses lie seamlessly under the smooth glass. This means that it still has a camera hump, but it won't be as big as the camera bumps of other high-end smartphones for a sleeker overall look.

The new design also boasts the "3D Arc Design" where the edges of the display and rear are symmetrically curved for a more natural feeling in the hands.

The company said that it'll have less sharp edges and angles that make the phone not only pleasing to the eye, but it is also more pleasing to touch.

Based on what LG initially showed, the design of the handset is promising. For cameras, there will be some challenges as it won't have the quad-camera or penta-camera systems of other high-end phones. We are still unsure what LG will do to match those devices.

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Let's wait and see!

Source: LG
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