So the latest trend in modern mobile phone technology has to be the Under-screen camera and comalnies all over the globe are working tirelessly to perfect the in-display cameras because of the astounding aesthetic upgrade that it brings on the table for smartphones. . Without the need of a notch or a punch hole on top, smartphone screens will no longer have any potential distractions up front, this in turn will ensure a full screen visual experience.
It is no hidden fact that ZTE are ready to announce the world’s first commercial under-screen camera smartphone namely, the Axon 20 5G, However, Xiaomi are not going to stray away from the popularity and miss out on the party as they to have come up with plans to reveal there third generation under screen camera technology today. In addition to showing of a working prototype of a device with the new in display camera, the company also revealed how the technology was improved to make it work with efficiency of any high end smartphone camera.
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The Chinese giants developed the first generation under screen camera technology last year in the month of July. We also saw a video of the prototype in action but a closer inspection revealed that the display on top of the camera was still not perfect and the pixel density in that area was quite low. However, the CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun has just revealed that the second generation version of the under screen camera technology was developed in October 2019 and after successful tests and improvisation, today, the company announced what they call the, “third generation” version of the technology which according to the company is almost perfect if not perfect, to a traditional selfie camera shooter.
Xiaomi explained how they were able to reach ‘near perfect’ camera quality in the third generation in-display camera solution. The company furthered revealed that the first two generations managed to make the display above the front camera transparent by sacrificing the pixel density in that area. In fact, the pixel density of the display above the camera was only half as compared to the rest of the OLED panel. Xiaomi explained that early implementation of in display cameras could only reserve 1 in 4 pixels for the display as the remaining three pixels had to be made transparent for better light transmission by changing its internal structure and material.