Smartphones are getting Smarter, and the hardware of them is going to the next level. Many smartphone manufacturers have found their own way to get maximum display by putting the front camera in the notch, in pop up, in the slider or in a flipping way. Samsung came with innovation solution of having a punch hole in the Galaxy S10 display. But Oppo and Xiaomi are thinking out of the box by bringing under display front camera.
Oppo, as well as Xioami, came up today with a very interesting tweet showing up the working of Under Display front camera technology. Today, in the morning Oppo tweeted from its official Twitter account about this new technological innovation. Soon after that Alvin Tse, Head of Poco Phone Global tweeted the video of similar under display camera technology.
Oppo Tweeted First About Under Display Camera
The official Twitter account of Oppo tweeted an impressive video of Under Display Camera technology. It will soon become the trend for all the smartphone company to bring the front camera in the active pixel of the display. Oppo amazed users by giving an amazing option for the people who are looking for a perfect notch-less smartphone screen.
Xiaomi tries to steal OPPO’s thunder
Just after few hours from the Oppo’s tweet, Alvin Tse, Head of Poco Phone Global, tweeted a similar kind of video showing the under display camera technology for the Xioami smartphone and congratulated the R&D team for this new innovation. But it can’t be said that Xiaomi unveiled this first. But they can surely try to take away the highlight from Oppo to themselves.
These announcemnets from Oppo and Xiaomi are truely huge for the upcoming smartphone display technology. But now we need to check that which company officially launch the new smartphone with under display camera technology. Do let us know your views about this new technological innovation for smartphone display in the comments below.
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