Demongornot, 12 Aug 2020Underdisplay camera is the stupidest tech we could ever comeup with, not only the pop up do ev... moreTo be fair, people who use face unlock for convenience won't be bothered about privacy concerns.
Demongornot, 12 Aug 2020Underdisplay camera is the stupidest tech we could ever comeup with, not only the pop up do ev... moreI hate to agree with this coz I like better technology but yeah, under display camera is just not for us
If it has no headphone jack it's gonna be a dissapointment as always. ZTE, if you read this, please consider the headphone jack.
Underdisplay camera is the stupidest tech we could ever comeup with, not only the pop up do everything better, but underdisplay camera is like the Antichrist of privacy, privacy being WAY MORE important than any display design :
Or just ditch the front camera altogether and put a deployable double mirror on the back to allow for selfies and video call, it would fix all issues, be cheaper and easily replaceable in case it break, be privacy friendly and would allow for using the better main sensors for selfies.
This would also allow to use the main sensors to make facial recognition, helped with a good ToF sensor (with around 12MP) to be used both for 3D facial recognition and picture processing quality boost.
Mobilemaster, 12 Aug 2020It can be useful when you are talking with somebody on FB using the Video chat. For example I ... moreI closed my Facebook account months ago.
But yeah, I talk to my relatives who live in another country via WhatsApp. I would have to do that on a my tablet instead then.
r31ya, 12 Aug 2020The things is, its already doable. Xiaomi and i presume Samsung already have the prototype for... morechina did it with the foldable phone too bro (that royole flexpai thing), what did you expect, that they will try to optimize things first before releasing them? lol
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020Good news, that could means that other manufacturers with better and updated phones will do it... moreBut it also means the screen will lack contrast at the selfie area. The other parts of the screen is opaque as before. Only the selfie cam part have the top OLEDs a bit transparent. So if you see the content, the part that have thr selfie cam will lack contrast. Which isn't ideal.
AnonD-923722, 12 Aug 2020At least it delivers expectations. Not overhyped like the S20 Ultra.
I give you one solutio... moreDamn you found the solutions so easily
Why didn't the engineers behind the technology think of this
You need to message them and tell them.
As phones are getting taller and taller aspect ratios, when viewing standard content (16:9 or even 18:9) there are already unused/black bar portions of the screen. If there were to be slight non-uniformity at the under display sensor area, at least it will be out of the way.
CompactPhones5ever, 12 Aug 2020Well honestly I tried to search for Apple's false advertising and I literally couldn'... moreYes but only in Murica and a few other countries/regions such as Japan & Scandinavia are they having high popularity with local markets population but in a world wide sense the iPhone is not that big really. India has a population that find the iPhone very undesirable and overpriced, China its considered treason to buy one & west europe, east europe, most of asia & MEA regions clearly prefer Androids. :I
apple will release this in few years and will say we made a revolution of the smartphones. lol
Good news, that could means that other manufacturers with better and updated phones will do it later. For me perfect as i never use the selfie camera, so not watch it is the best for me.
RC255, 12 Aug 2020Because Apple and Samsung have never... exaggerated features about their phones have they? Well honestly I tried to search for Apple's false advertising and I literally couldn't find anything more than some dumb people trying to sue Apple for "hiding the notch" in one ad (aka showing off the deep blacks on the oled display that merges with the notch) or for their iOS taking space out of internal storage.
Apple doesn't really need to lie like the chinese manufacturers because they don't need to compete as much for their customers.
The things is, its already doable. Xiaomi and i presume Samsung already have the prototype for this.
As the article stated, the problem is the image quality thanks to the screen as lens thing.
Samsung and xiaomi most probably won't release it until it have decent image quality.
But it seems ZTE say, f*ck it. let's release it as is and get decent promotion as the "world first"