Once this becomes mainstream, we can say goodbye to notches, cutouts, and mechanized pop-ups.
We don't have ETA on when exactly we might see actual devices with under the display camera but it sure does look promising.
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As the video is a short one and the technology has been demoed for the very first time by the Chinese company, there is no word on the image quality and on the feasibility of the new camera setup.
This is what we all want, right? A leaker a few weeks ago did say that Oppo will show a phone with under-display camera tech, while Ice Universe has been teasing for a while now fantastic smartphone designs for the second half of 2019.
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This is especially evident in the video's thumbnail itself, as you can see above.
Other attempts to increase smartphone display space include the foldable smartphone, of which Samsung and Huawei have both unveiled devices. The video shows off a phone with an all-screen front, but can make out that there's a sensor embedded beneath the display as soon as the camera launches. Today though, Oppo has tweeted a video of its prototype under-display front camera, giving us a glimpse into the promised land (of bezel-less screens). To this, he added, "However, the realization of new technology is developed to perfection". We have seen various innovations in the past two years including the notched displays, punch-hole style cutout displays which we first got to see in Honor View 20 and then on Samsung Galaxy A8 and Galaxy S10.
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For the privacy-minded types out there, this technology will also enable people to hide cameras behind pretty much any screen, possibly in a way that's almost impossible to notice. "At this stage, it's hard for under-display cameras to match the same results as normal cameras, there's bound to be some loss in optical quality", Shen said.