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DateDate: 29-06-2019, 06:26

In addition to embedding the camera under the display, the company also upgraded the camera module along with its suppliers, increasing the aperture, sensor and pixel size.
Introduced the first smartphone with a sub-screen camera
 
At the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, the Chinese company Oppo presented a smartphone with a sub-screen selfie camera.
You will not surprise anyone with front-facing cameras with high resolution and two cameras on the back cover. Therefore, the Chinese company Oppo went ahead and integrated the camera directly under the touchscreen display, reports Naked Science.
 
The technology is called USC (Under Screen Camera). According to the company, it provides the effect of "absolute frameless."
The very form of the camera and its position are no different from those of a regular smartphone. It is located under the touch screen and can be seen.
This technology also allows you to simultaneously display information on the display and use the camera functions: take pictures, unlock the screen on the image of the person, and make video calls.
In addition to embedding the camera under the display, Oppo also upgraded the camera module along with its suppliers, increasing the aperture, sensor and pixel size.
The company also improved the image processing algorithm, removing the haze effect and adjusting white balance.
According to the developers, USC uses zoning technology to manage the pixels on the screen, using highly transparent material through which the light passes unhindered.
 
Oppo also demonstrated MeshTalk technology at the exhibition, which allows you to send text and voice messages, as well as make calls between Oppo devices up to three kilometers away without using cellular networks, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
MeshTalk unites users into local networks, which allows you to increase the range of the signal between phones without using a cellular network.





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