While both Android device makers didn’t give much further details as to when consumers should expect the launch of the first world first in-display device, a newly leaked image online suggests we might not have to wait too long for the worlds first under display camera smartphone.
According to the image posted on Weibo, Oppo is planning to launch a new smartphone on June 26 during MWC Shanghai. The artwork in the image appears to show a ring highlighting where the camera will be hidden under the phone’s display.
The demo video shared by OPPO’s VP Brian Shen showed a device that had a hidden selfie camera under the phones display. Shen tested the camera which showed a live view of the ceiling above it.
However, Shen said that the under display technology was still at its early stage and thus, photos captured and video recordings won’t be as impressive as those with conventional front cameras.
There is no confirmation that says Oppo will launch the device on June 26. However, if the device maker eventually launches the device as said, we will happily say good bye to all the punch hole cameras, pop-up cameras and weired notches found on smartphones today.
Lest wait and see, June 26 is just next week.
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