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Samsung Galaxy S21 will not have the most desired feature. But there is good news

In recent times we have seen several solutions from manufacturers to better accommodate something that has become a real bogeyman on smartphone screens – the front camera. At a time when the goal is increasingly to offer a full-screen experience, the camera under the screen appears to be one of the technologies with the greatest future.

Samsung Galaxy S21 will not have camera under the screen

As Samsung is the most popular smartphone screen producer globally, it would be the first one we would expect to see making this bet on its tops. But the latest data shows that the Galaxy S21 (or Galaxy S30) will not have a front camera under the screen.

According to TheElec, the bet will not be made due to the low yield of the production of this technology. As indicated, Samsung will be ready to bet on the camera under the screen in the second half of 2021, and may debut it on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

It is good to remember that the ZTE Axon 20 5G was launched this year with a camera under the screen. However, the quality of this still leaves a little to be desired, and we are talking about a smartphone with mid-range performance.

ZTE Axon 20 5G
ZTE Axon 20 5G has a camera under the screen

The next year must be a real investment in this technology. Xiaomi has already made it public that it will bet on equipment with this characteristic, and other Chinese manufacturers should follow in its footsteps.

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