05 Aug Oppo unveils next-generation under-screen camera, promises no compromises
Source: DP Review
We’ve seen under-display cameras before. About a year ago, Xiaomi introduced its third-generation under-display camera technology. Its first two generations were never mass-produced, but the Chinese company continues to push the tech forward and hopes it will be a critical part of its smartphone lineup soon. In December 2019, another Chinese smartphone maker, Oppo, announced a prototype device with an under-display front camera.
Oppo is back with its next-generation under-display camera, and it looks highly promising. While its 2019 effort was also impressive, Oppo has come a long way in the last year and a half.
Oppo claims that its next-generation under-screen camera technology ‘delivers the perfect balance between screen and camera quality.’ To achieve the promised results, Oppo has blended proprietary AI algorithms with a new under-screen camera. Unlike its 2019 effort, when the camera could be seen at certain angles, Oppo writes that the new camera cannot be seen during use or when the device is in standby.
The new under-display camera ‘solves many technical and manufacturing-related challenges that have plagued under-screen camera technology since the beginning of its development.’ This includes solving issues like inconsistent display quality, poor image quality caused by the screen obstructing the camera, and issues with product reliability.
The next-gen camera design incorporates numerous design and
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