Nokia launched its Nokia 5700 XpressMusic phone in the year 2007. The special feature of the phone was that the keyboard part below it used to rotate. Now after 13 years, a new smartphone of some similar kind is coming. Chinese company Vivo is going to bring a smartphone whose lower part will rotate. Recently the patent design of this phone has been revealed, which has been shared by a Twitter user.
The patent shows that the phone will have a full-screen design, whose lower part will be able to rotate 180 degrees. The screen of the phone will be divided into two parts. The large part of the display will remain stable, while the smaller part will be able to rotate. The diagram shows that the bottom display can be used even after turning around and reaching back.
A picture has revealed that the phone's rotating screen can also be used as a keyboard and will be able to write on it. Apart from this, it can be used as a viewfinder while showing screen notifications and taking a selfie from the rear camera.
Other features of the phone will be like this
This smartphone will have a punch-hole design. This punch hole will be given in the upper part of the display. Triple rear camera setup will be provided for photography in the phone. The fingerprint sensor is also not shown in the design of the phone. It may be that it has an in-display fingerprint sensor. Dual type speakers and USB Type-C port can be provided for charging at the bottom of the phone.