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Oppo and Xiaomi, the camera in the display

Oppo and Xiaomi, the camera in the display

Nothing notch, that is the black notch of variable magnitude that is located at the top of the screen in devices such as Iphones or tops of Huawei's range (P30, Mate 20). And not even the holes in the display seen on Samsung's Galaxy S10 and the Honor 20, or concealed mechanisms like the Oneplus 7 Pro and the Asus ZenFone 6. For the front camera of smartphones there is another solution that allows you to leave all the space on the display: Insert the sensors under the screen, similar to what already done with fingerprint readers, developing new technologies as they are Doing the Chinese Oppo and Xiaomi.
    The first to show the novelty was the vice-President of Oppo, Brian Shen, in a post on the Chinese social network Weibo. The manager published a video showing a prototype of an integrated camera smartphone. The quality of the images-he admitted-at the moment it is difficult that it can match that of traditional cameras, but the company works to make it possible.
    In close turn came the response of Xiaomi, who always on Weibo and then on Twitter has published a video in which you see a smartphone Mi9 with camera integrated into the screen.

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