Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019Like someone else said Samsung showed theirs before Huawei, its good some people get triggered.It is a trick of Samsung, so when other launched it, some fans here would say copied from Samsung technology.
Levy, 17 Oct 2019No, they're not. You can learn to use them carefully if you're smart enough.Uh yeah... you are only as smart as the options given to you by the OS to set app level permissions. There are plenty of ways to abuse the current OS APIs and hooks to grant permissions to trivial things like Camera, location and Microphone.
Skype, what do you use it for? Exactly, that very app can abuse the camera to track information about you, famous case being the Telegram app using the front camera when you don't need it to, noticed by people when they had the pop up selfie cameras on the recent fad phones. You are not going to deny Skype access to the camera. Vast majority of people will simply grant permission to the app when promoted for the first time because that's what that app is supposed to do. You can be paranoid and keep manfully enabling ti and disabling it every time you use it, you might do it but 99% of the people just wont bother and there in lies the threat. Then there is that argument of popular apps that billions use will not "dare abuse" your privacy, I'll again point you to the Telegram app as being an example. Only the naive will trust any app out there, popular or not they will abuse your privacy if they can get away with it. Period.
You want to be really protected? Don't use a smartphone in the future. End of story. You are not in control, only the naive think that way. If you think you are "smart" you are really silly.
Motorola just announced their flip phone will be released on Nov. 13th. This is good news. Samsung has "reportedly" been deciding between a Razr type of phone or a slightly bigger design of the current Fold for their next foldable model. Depending on how well this phone is received, it will give Samsung an opportunity to see what direction they should take.
A smart Shooter, 17 Oct 2019Wow great.
I love samsung. Samsung always make something new, the King of innovation.yes yes.
korea is currently leading the telecom tech.
I love samsung too
As Ho, 17 Oct 2019Samsung, make sure you pay patent money to Huawei, thanksWhy? Samsung started development of this under display camera tech LONG before anyone.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019Invisible cameras are dangerous What's the differences between an under display camera and a visible camera? It's not like you could tell if it's recording or not.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019Invisible cameras are dangerous No, they're not. You can learn to use them carefully if you're smart enough.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019Invisible cameras are dangerous Yeah sure you share every single thing you do on social media and around 10 selfies of yourself but put a tape on your laptops front facing camera
we get it, you are the only safe one out there
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019Invisible cameras are dangerous you use everyday ?
Abhi-Darth-Plagueis, 17 Oct 2019If that stuff becomes reality, then there's one other giant benefit apart from getting rid of ... moreI think it still would be around the corners. Bwcause you know, gotta use the black parts of OLED displays to use that camera and well..... center of the screen wont be black by any means, since you will be seeing the photo there.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2019So they can have invisible cameras in a way Invisible cameras are dangerous
PepperPot, 17 Oct 2019Samsung announced UDC and gave us a demo a year ago followed recently by Xiaomi and Huawei in ... moreSamsung did not do a demo. It was just a presentation on a tech conference in China.
Mikey, 17 Oct 2019Nope, nothing pioneering, Xiaomi and Oppo have already showcased theirs months ago, and there'... moreLike someone else said Samsung showed theirs before Huawei, its good some people get triggered.
PepperPot, 17 Oct 2019Samsung announced UDC and gave us a demo a year ago followed recently by Xiaomi and Huawei in ... moreExactly. It really doesn't matter who's first, it matters who can do it right