Wouldnt it wonderful to hold a phone having a full screen? Apparently not as Samsung is now working to remove it by completely hiding front-facing cameras behind the display.
"Though it wouldn't be possible to make (a full-screen smartphone) in the next 1-2 years, the technology can move forward to the point where the camera hole will be invisible, while not affecting the camera's function in any way", Yang was quoted as saying by Yonhap.
By moving the camera under the screen, it would remove the need for any kind of cutout on the front display.
Galaxy S10 users say that their phone takes screenshots, opens apps and even turns on the flashlight while in a pocket or a purse.
Ultimately when the technology does arrive in phones, it will likely be accompanied the integration of other technologies such as speakers and fingerprint readers in the screen itself, making the dream of the all-screen phone finally a reality.
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Rohit Raval, Rajkot Special Operations Group police inspector, said their phones had been seized as part of the investigation. Conviction under Section 188 carries either a maximum prison sentence of one month, a 200 rupee fine (roughly $3), or both.
I can already imagine some of the incoming comments from our readers, asking me how it's possible that I have had noticed performance issues on Samsung's flagship phones while they haven't. While Samsung is attempting to manufacture a ideal display, other OEMs have been trying to eliminate ports and buttons for a more seamless design.
Samsung said in a presentation last October that it was looking into several different technologies to maximize screen space, according to The Verge.
Samsung Electronics Co. on Thursday said it will push to put cameras and sensors beneath the screens of smartphones to create "perfect full-screen" devices.
Samsung's ultimate goal is create a smartphone with all of sensors embedded beneath the screen.