Samsung keeps the dream of the under-screen camera alive

Samsung keeps the dream of the under-screen camera alive

For now, Samsung will continue churning out displays with punch-hole cameras and perhaps one day, the Korean manufacturer will have its "Eureka" moment when it finally perfects that all-screen design.

Although Samsung is proud of its Infinity-O display, the company is certainly not stopping there and is now working on a full-screen phone with the camera sensors hidden.

The first update released to the Galaxy S10 substantially improved the speed and accuracy of the fingerprint sensor, and if the same trend is maintained, the reader should become a much more reliable feature in the coming weeks. "We tried the technology for Galaxy's 10th-anniversary model and think the strategy worked as a result".

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Galaxy S10's Infinity-O Display puts a front-facing camera in a punch-hole in the main display itself, doing away with the bezel and notch to provide users with the best viewing experience for.

Samsung's ultimate goal is create a smartphone with all of sensors embedded beneath the screen. Which company will be the first to deliver this dream phone?

Samsung said in a presentation last October that it was looking into several different technologies to maximize screen space, according to The Verge. We know for a fact that Samsung's been mulling over the idea for a while, but rival LG beat it to the punch with the LG G8 ThinQ. The vice president of Samsung Display's R&D group, Yang Byung-duk, said that while the technology to create a full-screen smartphone won't be ready in the next 1-2 years, at least the technology can advance so much that selfie cameras can work from under the display.

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