The mobile market has actually been making all the effort recently to get rid of bezels from our smartphones, and putting the front-facing cam under the screen is considered the next frontier for producers as a way of offering a viewing experience continuous by any camera notches or holes. Samsung has long been rumored to be working on such technology, with rumors recommending we might see an under-display electronic camera on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 later on this year.
But it turns out Samsung is set to bring under-display electronic cameras to its notebooks first, as revealed by the companys display department today through a teaser video. The video exposes that thanks to the under-display electronic camera, Samsungs OLED-toting laptops will have screen-to-body ratios as high as 93%. Samsung hasnt actually revealed or teased any real notebook with an under-display cam, but it sure looks like it wont be too long before the technology becomes truth.
Obviously, what we truly need is to see under-display cam tech on Galaxy smartphones, however simply how soon that will happen is anyones guess. Samsung will need to do more than simply make UDC tech feasible prior to it brings it over to its tablets and mobile phones, and while reports recommend the Korean giant is very near doing so, its probably best to temper our expectations up until we see something more concrete than a principle video.
Wow ⊙ ∀ ⊙! Samsung Display exposes its under-Display camera technology for the very first time, which will be used for OLED note pad screens very first pic.twitter.com/Fu4Ublvsru
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