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The wait for Samsung's next top home range is high as ever, and the rumors merely chase on the...
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2020-04-14 11:25:23
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Samsung Galaxy S21 camera below the display?

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The wait for Samsung's next top home range is high as ever, and the rumors merely chase on the network. Hard to say if it will be called Galaxy S21 or if it will change to a more probable Galaxy S30, but according to the latest rumor seems that Samsung wants to make it big, at least in terms of design. The Korean giant would in fact investing in research and development in the camera segment, looking for a new location for the front optic. The goal (excuse the pun) would be to eliminate the annoying notch present on some models, as well as the hole in the display seen on Galaxy S20. The solution would be therefore a camera placed below the display itself, a new technology that could open new paths in design.
In recent times we have seen how many companies have embraced different solutions for their front cameras. For now, the less invasive option seemed to be the optical concealed, but must guarantee a certain reliability. What is certain is that so far no standard has managed to impose itself on others. It is therefore evident that if Samsung could pull out from the cylinder a virtually invisible and built-in camera in the display, the competitors (both Android panorama that IOS) would find themselves having to chase.
For the moment there are no comments nor official information from Samsung. A few days ago, however, it showed the same company a patent that kicked off the items on S20 / S30. In the accompanying images it was possible to see a smartphone equipped with waterfall screen entirely devoid of notches, holes or spaces for the camera.
Meanwhile, Oppo and Xiaomi are busy. Recall that the two Chinese giants have already shown a certain interest to the cameras placed below the display. For the moment both are in a research and development phase, but Oppo seems advantageous position, with a prototype shown to the public at the end of 2019.

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