Samsung is one of the companies that has struggled to bring the front camera built into the screen of their smartphones. Despite all the rumors, this technology has not yet reached the market, but that should change as early as next year.
According to a report from South Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will hit the market with this technology. The same report also states that the foldable smartphone will be revealed in the third quarter of the year.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 with built-in camera is a possibility
It is not the first time that there is talk of the possibility of Samsung launching a top of the range with the front camera built into the screen. In fact, this rumor is several years old, but it has never been closer to materializing than it is now.
Believing in what the new report reports, the South Korean will use a type of “special” screen to be able to incorporate the much desired technology. This new screen will have larger pixels where the smartphone’s camera is located.
This wider gap between the pixels of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 screen will allow more light to pass between them and reach the camera’s sensor. A process that will be very important to improve the quality of the captured images.
First smartphone with camera built into the screen disappoints in the quality of photos
Even if the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is actually launched with a camera built into the screen, it will not be the first to have this technology. This milestone belonged to ZTE, with the launch of the Axon 20 5G, a mid-range device that has been available in China for several months.
With the use of some users in that market, it became known that the quality of the images captured with this camera is far from perfect. In fact, it is said that the quality of the images falls far short of several pieces of equipment in the same segment.
This reality should not come as a surprise to anyone, as this has always been one of the prescriptions for this technology. The next battle for technology companies will be this: improving the quality of images captured with cameras under the screen.
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