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Samsung Galaxy S21 tipped to feature under-display selfie camera

The Samsung Galaxy S21 or whatever final branding is ending, is going to be the successor to the Galaxy S20.


Samsung announced its Galaxy S20 lineup smartphone in February and already, rumors have started surfacing about its next-generation Galaxy S-series phones. One tipster claims that the Galaxy S21 (name undefined) may have an under-display selfie camera. An under-display selfie camera is the next obvious step for smartphone makers, seeking to gain maximum screen real-estate.

According to a tweet from tipster Ice Universe, Samsung may be evaluating under-display selfie camera technology. The tweet states that Samsung is considering using the first under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21. It mentions ‘Galaxy S21’ which suggests that the next generation Galaxy S-series phones can be called Galaxy S21. But, this is also just speculation as Samsung jumped from the Galaxy S10 series to the Galaxy S20 series, with the Galaxy S11 naming left over. Also, since there has been no confirmation about Samsung, this news should be taken with a pinch of salt.

In the past, Oppo and Xiaomi have displayed prototype phones with a selfie camera with a prototype display. But, as SamMobile reported, the quality of the photos taken with those cameras was less than desirable. Samsung galaxy s21 The issue was insufficient light and pixel count in the area of the screen where the selfie camera is placed. The report also states that Samsung makes the best OLED panel in the world and if anyone can deal with these issues, it is Samsung.

We have seen many implementations of selfie cameras that aim to provide more and more screen real estate with a seamless display. It has both notches, big and small, hole-punch display and pop-up selfie camera. While a pop-up selfie camera implementation seems to provide the most screen space, it requires adding mounting parts to the phone which can cause problems due to overtime. In particular, Samsung has experimented with hole-punch, notch design, and a strange rotating camera design.

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