Oppo reveals world's first smartphone with under-display front camera

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Earlier this months both OPPO and Xiaomi teased technology that allows the front camera on a smartphone to be located under the display, avoiding any notches, pinholes or other screen interruptions.


Today OPPO has shown a first device with the feature at MWC Shanghai and provided more information about the under-display technology. In order to make things work both customized displays and camera modules are required.

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The display section covering the camera is made of a highly-transparent material and features a redesigned pixel structure that is optimized for the transmittance of light. Still, some light will be absorbed by the display, so the camera comes with a bigger sensor with bigger pixels and a larger aperture than you'd find in conventional front cameras.

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There are also customized white balance and HDR algorithms to help boost camera performance and to further reduce the transparent display's unavoidable detrimental impact on image quality OPPO has developed a haze removal algorithm for sharper and clearer image output.


In its announcement OPPO said it is developing a “futuristic, notchless, unibody and highly-recognizable smartphone,” but has not provided any detailed specs or information on pricing or availability.




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