Almost every one of the Android device makers seem to have settled on the 18:9 screen aspect ratio throughout 2017, save for Samsung which went for the even taller 18.5:9 for its flagships. Huawei, however, is readying some new phones that go even beyond that. A few days ago we found one such handset sporting an 18.7:9 ratio, and today another model has surfaced, this one with a 19:9 panel.
Like the previously outed in-development device from the Chinese company, it has been put through the paces of the HTML5test. This tells us that the Huawei ANE-LX1 runs Android 8.0 Oreo and features a 360x760 screen size. That's not the actual resolution, mind you, but it does indicate that it's going with the 19:9 aspect ratio. We may be looking at a 1,080x2,280 panel in fact, since HTML5test results often show one ninth of the resolution.
Less obvious is what this phone will end up being called. It's impossible to tell if this is one of the three rumored P20 variations, or perhaps an Honor-branded product instead. If the former is true, then the ANE-LX1 might be the P20 Pro with the notch up top, and it's possible that Huawei is buying some screen components from Synaptics, which apparently now has parts for the 19:9 extra long "FullHD+" ratio. We'll let you know when we find out more.
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but, we can't compare it with Digital SLR Cameras as rumored says it would be comparable with Digital SLR cameras. Let's see what would happen this year :)
The resolution probably will be 3040 by 1440
This means they have completely removed the top and bottom bezzels.