Chinese smartphone makers Oppo and Xiaomi both teased under-screen selfie cameras earlier this month, but Oppo just beat Xiaomi to the punch in officially announcing and demonstrating it.
Rather than use a notch cut out from the display for a camera, reducing the available screen real estate, Oppo’s new camera is found behind the display itself, allowing 100% of the front surface to be used for the screen.
When the camera is activated, the top portion of the display goes dark, allowing the camera to do its job.
On display to the public at MWC Shanghai, Oppo’s Under-screen Camera (USC) uses a special transparent material with a redesigned pixel structure that allows light to pass through and hit the camera, which features a large sensor and…
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