New Delhi: With the changing times, smartphones have also become hi-tech. At one time where even 8 megapixel camera seemed too much, now 200 megapixel phones have come in the market. Many people have the problem that the selfie camera spoils the beauty of their screen and occupies the space. Oppo has also found a solution for this. Oppo has announced the latest iteration of its under-screen camera technology. Claiming that it allows a selfie camera to be placed under the display “without compromising on the integrity of the screen”. Oppo is using smaller pixels to maintain the same 400-ppi sharpness as the rest of the OLED panels.
According to Oppo, in this result, the user will not see the camera on the screen. You will get a full screen to use them. The company has shown a prototype phone, where the camera is not visible on the screen. The e-reader app is open and the phone’s camera is also open. But it is not visible. The company has also given an example of how the quality of the camera will be.
This picture shows that the lighting of the photo is good and the colors are visible in the photo. It looks a lot better than what you would get from the first under-display camera to hit the market. Let us tell you, before this, ZTE’s Axon 20 5G has this feature.
ZTE has already surpassed Oppo by launching such a phone. But Oppo says that their camera is better than this camera. Oppo has been working on under-display cameras for a long time, showing the world’s first demo at MWC Shanghai in 2019, but will have to put it in a commercial device at some point. Not much can be guessed by looking at the prototype right now.