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The iPhone 15 Pro Max hasn’t been talked about yet, but rumors are circulating about its design and features outline. There’s a new rumor on the market that points to the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro Max breaking records, making it the first ever smartphone with the smallest bezels.

But are thin or small bezels better? There are many other questions on my mind. A layman’s question is, will this iPhone stand up to durability tests? Thin and light smartphones are easier to take selfies than heavy smartphones.

All this is good, as long as you are willing to ignore battery life. It is clear that the thinner the smartphone, the thinner the battery. As a result, battery life is shortened. However, you should always be prepared for special surprises from the company. Famous leaker Ice Universe broke the news on his Twitter account. The article states that the iPhone 15 Pro Max bezels will be even thinner than his current iPhone 14 Pro Max lineup. Moreover, the bezel is only 1.55mm. Of course, this refers to the difference between the phone body and the display.

Today’s headline is “iPhone 15 Pro Max Breaks Records”. Come to think of it, the upcoming iPhones will definitely beat all Android phones in this regard. But what we have to mention here is that the Xiaomi 13 Pro comes out on top with its 1.81 mm wide bezels.

The iPhone 14 Pro has a frame of 2.17 mm, while the Samsung Galaxy S22 and S23 have a frame thickness of 1.95 mm. Proportionally, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has 28% thinner bezels than the iPhone 14 Pro Max. There is a camera bump on the back due to the use of a periscope lens. The glass is also slightly curved around the edges to allow for a seamless transition to the bezel.

Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire is in charge of coverage for laptops and desktops, and he stays current on the most recent developments in the gaming and technology industries. You can find him enjoying video games, watching social media, and waiting for the next Marvel movie when he isn't writing about technology.

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