The big goal of the market mobile is to make the cameras embedded in the screen a common sight. This technology is currently one of the great desires of this market, however, it still does not offer us the desired results.
Samsung is one of the companies that works hard to develop this technology. Facing several challenges, the South Korean has already outlined two strategies to overcome these problems, one of which is through the use of Artificial Intelligence.
Samsung will talk about on-screen cameras this month
Between the 18th and 28th of January, the Electronic Imaging 2021 conference will take place, in which the presence of Samsung is expected. One of the focuses of the South Korean in this event will be the cameras embedded in the screen and where the company will reveal two studies done in the scope of this technology.
One of these studies will show us how Samsung will use Artificial Intelligence to overcome some of the problems inherent in the camera built into the screen. This document is expected to reveal the solutions found by the Korean company to accelerate the democratization of this technology.
The second document expected to be revealed by Samsung, will detail a physics-based method for the same purpose. The latter, for the little that is currently known, should use diffraction compensation to achieve the desired results.
On-screen camera is not yet mature enough for Samsung
These studies follow Samsung’s belief that this technology is not yet ready for the market. According to the South Korean company, the cameras built into the screen are not yet mature enough for their equipment.
Some sources report Samsung’s desire to launch this technology on the Samsung Galaxy Note 21. Others, in turn, point to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 as the first model of the South Korean with a camera built into the screen.
Although this technology still does not meet Samsung’s requirements, the brand sees an impatient market. The technology considers that users are eager to launch a camera built into the screen and that makes them want to be as fast as possible to satisfy that desire.
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