RIP Notch Screens as OPPO Unveils The World’s First Under-screen Selfie Camera

OPPO Mobile, a global smartphone company that has for a long time led the way smartphones are designed around the world has again announced another invention in the Smartphone world.

For the first time in the history of the world and technology, a Smartphone with a hidden camera now known as Under-Screen Selfie Camera (USC) has been displayed publicly for the world to see.

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Instead of placing a notch at the top of the display to hide the front-facing camera, Oppo has found a way to place the camera itself behind the screen, allowing it to implement fully bezel-less display designs for its upcoming smartphones.

The manufacturer said that the display uses a transparent material with a redesigned pixel structure that allows light to pass through the screen and into the camera’s lens.

Taking a look at OPPO’s Under-Screen Selfie Camera (USC) smartphone, you find no selfie camera, no motorized camera, no pop-up camera, no notch; all you see is screen. Little would you know that the camera is actually underneath the screen layer, which gives users the chance to use a full screen without any distortion.

The company said it plans to launch a device with an in-screen selfie camera in the near future.

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