A few days ago, OPPO revealed that they will announce their first smartphone with a new camera under their new screen at Mobile World Congress 2019 Shanghai, held from June 26 to June 29. Today , the Chinese company has just shared pictures of the phone, giving us the first close-up view of the device's design.
In addition, OPPO also shared a video introducing the development of selfie camera technology on its smartphones so far. It shows the OPPO N's selfie rotating camera, tear-shaped notch, slider body design to hide the selfie camera under the camera body on the Find X and the selfie camera "sniffing" shark fin on OPPO Reno.
This clearly suggests the next logical development for the technology, placing the selfie camera sensor underneath the touch screen. In the final frames, OPPO shows a smartphone with a truly unmarked screen without relying on any mechanical structure. This will be the first smartphone in the world to have a front camera setup in the screen.
Previously, in a short video shared by OPPO before on social network Weibo, a phone with a camera under the screen was displayed. It still comes with a front camera without using a notch, perforated design, a selfie camera that snaps or a sliding body design. Instead, it has built-in sensors below the screen.
However, at that time, OPPO's Product Manager Brian Shen said that under-screen camera technology was still in development and needed more time to complete. Besides, he added that the image quality of the new technology will also be greatly reduced compared to the conventional selfie camera.
In addition to OPPO, some other manufacturers such as Xiaomi, Vivo or Samsung are also said to be developing smartphones with similar technology.
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