Recently, Oppo teased a smartphone with an under-display front camera.
In the latest development, Oppo has dropped another teaser of the under-display camera smartphone, which would be revealed first on June 26.
Oppo, the smartphone brand that's often associated with selfies, is about to unveil their latest breakthrough for front cameras. The company will be showcasing the technology during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai 2019 tech trade show that will be held between June 26 and June 28. The 15-second video shows the evolution of full-screen displays, starting from 16:9 screens to fin-like pop-up panel as seen on the recent Oppo Reno 10x. In addition to that, the new technology will allow for a much higher screen-to-body ratio while also having close to no obstructions on the display.
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We have already heard OPPO say that the quality is not quite there yet compared to a normal selfie camera and the challenges in producing such a thing are real. From the looks of it, the new model will come with a dual-curved display, which is similar to the Oppo Find X, except that there are no complicated moving parts. However, the in-display camera technology is all about embedding the front camera under the display of the phone.
The teaser shared today by Oppo features a phone resembles that of the phone which was teased earlier this month.
OPPO VP, Shen Yiren Brian, has taken to Chinese social media website Weibo to announce that it is not ready for mass production and that it is very hard to do.