Oppo has just announced the second generation of its selfie camera hidden under the smartphone screen. This new prototype, largely improved, could begin the end of notches and punches.
The trend ofborderless encounters a major obstacle: the camera . The most common solutions are the punch hole or the notch in the form of a drop of water. However, it is not ideal for activities like games and full screen movies. Many manufacturers are working to integrate the camera , including the Chinese Oppo which has just announced its second iteration of this technology.
Oppo had already presented ain 2019 with a reduced pixel density in the area of the screen above the camera in order to allow more . This time, the manufacturer has managed to keep an identical density of 400 dots per inch by reducing the size of the pixels. According to the firm, this advance should ” maintain the integrity and uniformity of the entire screen ».
Improved image quality
Oppo announces that it has also integrated circuits, control of individual pixels (rather than a circuit for two pixels) and better . On the camera side, the constructor relies on to correct the defects induced by the screen, in particular at the level of reflections and . The result, although perfectible, is more than enough for video calls.
At present, only ZTE has released a smartphone with the camera integrated under the screen, with its, then its Axon 30 just announced. The first had received a mixed reception, the camera area being quite visible. Oppo is not talking about a commercial launch yet, but this new prototype gives hope that a first consumer model could arrive quickly.