Oppo warns first under-screen cameras won't have the best image quality
Oppo is expected to introduce its under-screen camera solution tomorrow at MWC Shanghai. According to earlier teasers, the shooter is hidden behind a screen when off, omitting the need for notches or moving mechanisms.
However, less than 24 hours before the launch, the company Vice President Brian Shen said expectations about image quality should not be high - the new technology is still in development.
For those seeking the perfect, notchless smartphone screen experience – prepare to be amazed. 📲— OPPO (@oppo) June 3, 2019
You are taking a very first look at our under-display selfie camera technology. RT! 🤯 pic.twitter.com/FrqB6RiJaY
The post came as an answer to another user that expressed concerns about the quality of the photos. The first gen technology will behave as if the front element isn't perfectly clean, raising questions whether the first gen under-screen tech will even make it to an actual product or we'll have to wait for another iteration.Oppo Find X vs. Oppo Reno - Unique camera mechanisms all around
Introducing the under-screen camera would be another milestone for the Dongguan-based company. Back in 2013, we saw the Oppo N1 with a rotating shooter. It was also among the first companies to implement the waterdrop notch with the Oppo F9 and how can anyone forget the Oppo Find X and Oppo Reno with their unusual elevating mechanisms.
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- Queen Victoria
I'll make sure to get one without an under-display selfie camera.
- 15 Nov 2020
2013-2016: who has the phone to die quicker by water with extensive and no reason to do, waterproof tests. Smartphone companies should had a hard time with all those warranty claims. 2016-2018: Let's kill the bezels alongside important features ...
- 01 Jul 2019
Interesting... I get the concept, must be something like those see through mirrors only problem I see is that the see through has to be much more pronounce to allow the light display to shine through the see through LCD or equivalent. Obvious that ...
- 27 Jun 2019