Samsung confirms working on camera behind screen

Samsung camera behind screen

Last week, the South Korean tech giant Samsung was rumoured to launch a smartphone with an in-display camera and now the company has officially revealed the technology that will include cameras under the screen of smartphones at an event held in China and called it Under Panel Sensor (UPS).

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The Ice Universe posted an image on Twitter of the representation of the company, in which it released the features involving the screens of their upcoming devices. UPS indicates, basically, the presence of cameras positioned under the screen in an invisible way, allowing an even greater use of the display.

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Samsung camera behind screen

The other three new features indicated by Samsung are the Fingerprint on Display or FoD, Haptic on Display or HoD and Sound on Display (SoD).

There is no detailed information on what devices this technology will be housed, but Samsung has already made clear its intention to bring cutting-edge features to its smartphones.

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