Due to physical limitations, image quality on smartphones with hidden cameras in the screen may be affected more or less.
After the smartphone performance with the impressive in-camera camera last week through a video posted on the social network Weibo, OPPO is expected to officially announce the selfie camera technology hidden in this screen at the event. MWC Shanghai on June 26th. According to reports, with new technology, smartphone devices will not need "rabbit ears", "water drops" or "pull out" designs.
However, less than 24 hours before it was announced, OPPO Vice President Brian Shen revealed that the selfie camera system hidden under the first screen may not be as good as the picture. Hopefully by this technology is still being developed.
Accordingly, Brian Shen posted on social network Weibo after being asked by technology fans about the quality of selfie hidden camera images on the OPPO smartphone prepared by the company. Since the selfie camera glass plate cannot be made the most transparent, as well as being affected by environmental hygiene factors, it will affect the camera experience more or less.
However, in exchange for a screen-free design and not using any of the assistive designs (rabbit ears, water drops, recesses, etc.), this sacrifice on OPPO's upcoming smartphone is understandable. Last year, when Vivo first introduced the fingerprint sensor in the screen, the technology was still limited, however, over time, technology developed, smartphones were gradually upgraded, and Now we can see the Galaxy S10 with ultrasonic sensors in the screen. Therefore we can expect a more developed future of hidden camera technology.
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