Samsung is working on phone screens that hide the camera completely

Samsung is working on phone screens that hide the camera completely

Samsung is working on phone screens that hide the camera completely

Evan shared the image of a Samsung device which appears to be an affordable phone upcoming with a standard 16:9 screen display.

Samsung launched its latest Galaxy A10, A30 and A50 smartphone in India last month. Without this hole-punch, used in Samsung's new "Infinity-O" displays, manufacturers have to create a small cut at the top of the display for cameras and other sensors. Owners across the internet are complaining of accidental touches while the phone is in a pocket, which shouldn't happen on a budget phone, let alone one that costs as much as $1,000. Don't forget that the company had also been working on a foldable device since nearly a decade and it is only now gone onto to release one.

Moreover, it has also noted that this issue is not limited to the Galaxy S10, some of the Galaxy S10+ users are also witnessing the same issue.

With its new Galaxy S10 lineup, Samsung has got very close to designing a phone with a screen that extends seamlessly from edge-to-edge.

In October 2018, during a presentation, Samsung revealed its plan to maximize screen estate by the use of technologies such as in-display fingerprint scanner, embedded camera, in-display speakers, and haptic display technology.

The Korean tech report states that "Samsung Electronics said on March 14 it will push to put cameras and sensors beneath the screens of smartphones to create "perfect full-screen" devices".

At that rapid pace, it would take just a few seconds to beam a full HD movie to the phone.

The Galaxy S10+ fits this design, but that should not immediately be considered a bad thing, especially anyone thinking about upgrading from a device from two or more years ago. Just yesterday, we have seen the smartphone with the model number SM-A260F getting Wi-Fi certification. The Infiniti-O Display has a screen with one camera hole.

This screen is well backed up by powerful cameras and an interface that is a pleasure to use.

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