TCL rotating optical zoom camera smartphone has been listed on China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA). Earlier, The Chinese tech company is also filed a new smartphone patent without any visible camera sensors on the device — neither on the front side nor on the back.
TCL is working on a unique smartphone that is believed to have a rotating optical zoom camera module. A reliable tipster named @Gadgetsdata shared the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) listing of the upcoming TCL smartphone. As per the tipster, The Chinese tech company has filed a patent of its new smartphone which will be equipped with a rotating optical zoom camera module.
TCL filed a new patent for a Smartphone which has rotating optical zoom camera.— Gadgetsdata(Debayan Roy) (@Gadgetsdata) October 13, 2020
Listed on CNIPA (Today) pic.twitter.com/r733ThNIm5
Some recent reports also suggest that the Chinese tech company is also working on a smartphone design that has invisible camera sensors. It means the smartphone will have an in-display camera sensor for the front-facing camera. For the rear camera setup, The company could be using the same technology as we saw on the OnePlus Concept One smartphone.
However, the company has not shared any information related to TCL rotating optical zoom camera smartphone but the company has filed a patent So, It is expected that TCL will reveal a smartphone with a rotating optical zoom camera module or invisible camera design soon. Are you excited about it not? Do Let us know in the comments section.