New Turn in the final disappearance of the cross or a front screen clip camera under the board, We still have no featured phones with this technology, but there are now two brands to bet on it: Xiaomi and OPPO, Both have presented progress on a smart smartphone, but it is the second to win in terms of measurements: the first mobile camera underneath the screen will be revealed tomorrow, June 26th.
So the front camera works under the Xiaomi screen
Xiaomi explained how their new technology works, allowing the camera to be displayed below the screen of their mobile phones.
We knew that OPPO He was planning to reveal his technology as he announced it in the form of progress. Presented at MWC in Shanghai, a technological event held in Chinese capital city between June 26 and June 28, both included. Now, the vice president of the brand, Brian Shen, was responsible for applying a bit of modesty to clarify that image quality is not yet to be expected.
The camera technology below the screen is ready but needs to be improved to match the other cameras
As we have seen in the example XiaomiThe idea is that another screen, which occupies the output area of the target, provides continuity with the rest of the panel. When this second display is active, the front panel looks uneven; when you need to use the front camera the second panel becomes transparent so that the light goes through the sensor. This operation, we repeat, is the one described in detail Xiaomi, but probably OPPO have used similar technology in their mobile future.
As Brian Shen pointed out in his Weibo profile, and after commenting on a user update on a message from his own OPPO profile, it is necessary to improve the application of new capture technology, Brian explains that he is aware of the disadvantages of this first version because, as he himself determines, the image quality is not up to expectations.
As we have seen in fingerprint scanners below the screen, Camera technology is not yet mature; therefore there is room for improvement. It will be necessary to see what effects this type of technology has on the captured image, and if the photos really make it worse to do it when photographing selfie.