The Chinese giant Oppo new teaser appears on Weibo which confirms the company’s presence at the upcoming MWC Shanghai. The teaser gives a pretty good idea regarding what the company is cooking for the upcoming event. The poster confirms Oppo is all set to unveil the world’s first phone with under-display selfie camera on June 26th.
In last year or so all OEMs are trying different solutions to achieve the full front-facing display without any interruption. Oppo introduced a slider mechanism for the selfie snapper. Vivo and OnePlus launched phones with pop-up selfie snapper. In December last year, we had seen Huawei Nova 4i and Samsung Galaxy A8s with the punch-hole selfie camera. All the solutions are meant to enhance the screen-to-body ratio and offering full front-facing display without hindrance.
Back on June 3rd, Oppo VP Brian Shen tweeted a demo video of an upcoming Oppo phone with under-display selfie snapper. Although the selfie snapper wasn’t visible in the video, however the ceiling live view was visible in the video.
Being the latest innovation it isn’t as mature as the conventional selfie cameras. That’s why the results are also not as good as conventional cameras. The new under-screen camera tech isn’t fully mature at the moment and the development is still in the early stage. It seems like Oppo isn’t the only OEM working on under-display camera phone. Soon after Oppo demo video, Xiaomi also showcased a Mi 9 prototype with an under-display camera.
— Xiaomi #First108MPPentaCam (@Xiaomi) June 3, 2019
Fortunately, the Oppo teaser confirms the fans don’t have to wait longer as the official announcement is just a week away. The chances are high at the event the company will only showcase the phone with an under-display camera. For the final product, Oppo fans still have to wait longer.
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