techno.rentetan.com – Oppo announced today its latest underdisplay camera technology, including a sample picture, that will show it really works, after several teases.
For Oppo, this is a technology of the second generation, which was demoted on a prototype device in 2019, which marks a considerable gap between first and next developments.
At present, the manufacturer has not implemented a subdisplay camera in a product which is commercially accessible, so it still has prototypes. However, the photograph sample provided is impressive.
In its report (on Weibo), it claimed that its latest technology “doesn’t present any visual difference during daily use between the under-screen area and the rest of the screen, creating a much more immersive visual experience.”
The second image of the prototype running an eBook throughout the screen demonstrates this.
This is obviously more like a press image than a hand-held shot, so it’s good to see it in action as a video or a real-life photo. However, the tech appears to be finally heading in the right direction.
Of course, over the next few years we will see more cameras on the bottom display.
The ZTE Axon 20 currently is the only in-display smartphone available, but over the next 12 months we expect a few more of this phone joined.
Rumors have suggested that Samsung is going to use it this year in their flip-on phones and Oppo is getting closer to actually launching it.