Comfort and aesthetics both in the smartphone’s flagship design
Smartphone brands are constantly trying to come up with innovative solutions for users. As a result, there has been a multifaceted evolution of the materials used in smartphones, starting with size. The devices are made of metal, glass, leather, ceramics, even paper, etc., which have advantages and disadvantages.
Whenever a new material is introduced to the market, brands+ try to solve the problems associated with this material. Accordingly, buyers can also choose their preferred device from numerous options in the market. On the innovation continuum, smartphone designers have been exploring new possibilities in smartphones ever since. Where metal devices were prevalent in the market just a few years ago, glass finish designs are gaining influence in devices in the flagship segment.
Early metal devices often used alloys of aluminum with magnesium, with metals such as titanium used to strengthen the exterior of the device. The main reason for the popularity of metal appliances is their high-end design and appearance. Aluminum and magnesium are commonly used as materials for metal devices to increase their flexibility, so smartphone makers can shape the device according to their needs. Moreover, thanks to this, brands can focus on the needs of their customers. Metal appliances can disperse heat more evenly. However, it cannot be judged on this benefit alone, where this material is responsible for generating excessive heat in the processor and the phone. Additionally, the metal components block high frequency radio waves, weakening the signal used by WiFi and LTE data connections. Naturally, this is followed by a glass solution to solve this metal problem. Over time, it has become a widely used component of flagship devices; This includes Apple devices such as the iPhone 8.
The glass design has started to be used in various models to provide users with a unique experience while using the smartphone. However, when talking about glass, the first thing that comes to mind is its durability, as glass is inherently fragile. And due to this fragile nature, the trend of using metallic materials in devices has increased. Later, smartphone manufacturers came up with innovative ideas and technologies to make glass durable and tough. Using glass has several additional advantages over using the rest of the material in the device. For example: glass is much easier to melt than other metallic materials, so it can be much smoother; Which can better bring out the clarity of glass as opposed to solid aluminum. By doing so, users feel much more comfortable holding or using the phone. More importantly, glass is a favorable material for RF (radio fluence) transmission; That is to say, it does not interfere with the movement of LTE, WiFi or Bluetooth signals; As a result, users can get smooth connectivity in these areas. However, it also has some disadvantages. But after all, buyers have also expressed concerns about the fragility of the glass. This material keeps fingerprints on it for a long time, which makes the device uncomfortable to use.
To come up with continuous innovations and solutions to address these issues and take the digital lifestyle to unique heights through glass design, smartphone makers are coming up with new ways. For example, smart device makers like Oppo have come up with the excellent Oppo Glow finish, which offers a glossy, fingerprint-free back cover as well as a cool matte finish to ensure a soft and comfortable feel.
Oppo manufactures the Oppo Glow design through its own process, which ensures the high-end premium look of the smartphone. OPPO GLOW PROCESS Unique anti-reflective (AG) glass process designed by OPPO, where it looks like diamonds are embedded in the glass body. Oppo uses the Diamond Spectrum process as a “Stacked Streamer” for the first time in the smartphone industry with Picassos film, Fresnel lens texture and indium reflective coating to ensure the ever-changing color effect.
Many nano-layer films are overlapped and stretched to form an optical reflective film, to produce a colorful reflective effect. Picasso’s film produces reflective multi-color effects to create a different reflective index on each layer. Fresnel lens textures are then added to it to enrich the overall color and create an angular fading effect. A reflective indium coating is then used to further enhance the color reflectivity of the Picasso film and improve color and brightness.
The final layer of flawless CMF (color, material, finish) among all surfaces of the device will be illuminated by the light trapping on the back cover; And for this, we must mention the formation of thousands of nanometric crystals. If users rotate the phone under bright light, the subtle color changes on the back can be seen clearly. Additionally, the case of the Oppo Glow design is 99.9% vacuum sealed through a multi-level hardening process, so the back cover can stay free from fingerprints and scratches. It will make the device attractive and also protect the smart device from smudges and dirt.
Millions of diamonds sparkle on the nano-layers of the smartphone’s surface, while its scratch and corrosion resistant glass ensures long-lasting durability. This will not only reveal the unique aesthetic features of the device, but also solve the problems with the glass body.
Creating a great effect is not at all an easy task. The makers of Oppo have done extensive research on anti-reflective glass while coming up with the Oppo Glow technique. As a result, engineers are able to create tiny crystal structures capable of reflecting light even in complex applications such as patterning. The crystalline structures of ordinary AG (anti-glare) glass reflect light in different directions uncontrollably, creating a hazy effect. Crystalline structures, on the other hand, form six-sided corners, each corner of which reflects light, causing the corners to glow because of the light. Engineers spent months experimenting with 30 different etching formulas to ensure effective results and came up with pyramid-shaped structures. After this elaborate trial and testing, Glow Design arrived at the desired result. After such a complicated process, OPPO offers the brightest glass of all, which will ensure maximum durability.
So far, this smart device maker has come up with innovative and aesthetically pleasing glass backs. Oppo’s new F21S Pro uses the impressive gradient design of the Oppo Glow technique, providing users with a unique, color-rich glass back. It uses color S#75, which is actually a unique combination of color and gradient. This color combination actually features a combination of different shades of pink, green and gold colors, which ensures an aesthetic look and unique style to the device. The device is now available for just Rs 29,990. The device is truly the highlight of the Oppo Glo, which is a combination of impeccable aesthetics and incomparable.
Finally, it can be said that the Oppo Glow technique in the case of the glass will ensure you a rich and unparalleled smartphone experience, while the quality, style and flagship experience will be ensured for the buyers.
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