Over the past three or four years, we’ve seen smartphones with very thin bezels and seen selfie cameras move from the frame into the screen. First, as a notch that cut into the display, before most settled on a hole-punch style camera. The next development is a hidden camera called under display camera beneath the display so you can’t see it.
Smartphone and Accessories maker giant company, Oppo shows an under-display camera technology at MWC Shanghai back in 2019. But on August 4 Oppo, is going to announce their second generation under-display camera technology at an event.
The first generation under-display camera module came on a prototype device with a customized display. The part of the screen above the lens was made of a unique highly transparent material with redesigned pixel structure.
Currently, the only smartphone available with an in-display camera is the ZTE Axon 20, which is also the first commercially available Smartphone with an under-display front-facing camera. but it has too many limitations which are also common on a first-generation technology.
Rumors have suggested that Samsung will use it in their next Foldable phones this year, and now Oppo is also planning to launch this technology on a real phone too.
At tomorrow’s event, let’s see what’s improvement Oppo going to launch with their next-gen Under display camera with better image quality.