Recently among smartphone manufacturers tended to reduce the thickness of the frames around the screen with all kinds of parties. Of course, too thin display frame can make the device vulnerable to falls and other injuries, which is a limitation for further development in this direction. Nevertheless, the Chinese brand Subor decided to go ahead and said that he had made "the first smartphone without the side frames of screen." In fact, the Smartphone Subor S3 still framed on each side, but the thickness of the borders is only 0.7 mm. The width and height of the device as a result turned out to be 141.5 mm and 70.3 mm, respectively, despite the fact that Subor S3 is equipped with a 5-inch display, whose resolution is 1280x720.
As to the "filling" the Subor S3 received a 64-bit chip MediaTek MT6732 quad-core Cortex-A53 c 1.5 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and two 8-megapixel camera - front and rear. The capacity of the battery at the same time will be 1700 mAh, also promised to support the work in 4G-networks. The default operating system will be Android 4.4 KitKat. For additional protection from bumps and scratches Subor S3 is covered on both sides of glass Gorilla Glass 3.
The phone is already available for order in China at a price of 1,399 yuan, or $ 225.