Samsung Intends to Hide Cameras Under Phone Displays

Samsung Intends to Hide Cameras Under Phone Displays

Samsung wants to put cameras, sensors beneath screens to create full-screen smartphones

Speaking to Yonhap News Agency, Samsung's vice president for R&D, Yang Byung-duk, said the company's Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED screen used in the S10 is "a noteworthy achievement" for smartphone displays, but the company's exploring full-screen displays without any cutouts.

Samsung is working on a new phone design with a full screen, according to a Korean news outlet. Apparently not as Samsung is now working to remove it by completely hiding front-facing cameras behind the display. While the company can place the selfie camera under the OLED panel even with the existing technology, the image quality takes a serious hit. In order to make such a device, all the sensors are a camera on the front side have moved under the display.

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Samsung's latest phones have minimised the so-called "notch" found in iPhones and other modern Android devices by cutting a hole for the camera into the screen.

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The technology is likely still a little ways away, as the report says it wouldn't be possible to make a full-screen phone in the next one to two years. While Samsung is attempting to manufacture a flawless display, other OEMs have been trying to eliminate ports and buttons for a more seamless design. The Galaxy A7 (2018) was launched with Android 8.0 Oreo along with Samsung Experience UX on top past year, though it received a beta update based on Android Pie-powered One UI last month.

By doing this, Samsung is looking to create the "perfect full-screen" smartphone.

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