Xiaomi and Oppo teases Under-display selfie camera
Xiaomi and Oppo both the Chinese electronics giant, have been in a fair share of buzz because of their new smartphones this week. But the Chinese giants aren’t stopping at this, they are teasing with new technology. Which shows how much they are invested in innovations and research. They have teased Under-display Selfie shooter on their prototype smartphones. Samsung had teased something similar to it, a few years back in their developer’s conference.
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— OPPO (@oppo) June 3, 2019
Samsung named such design as New-infinity design. While the Chinese counterparts haven’t named their design we expect them to call it true bezel-less design. Xiaomi might even launch the first smartphone with this technology as early as its October-November launch of their next generation Mi Mix. While Oppo has just launched it’s most ambitious Oppo Reno smartphone they may bring this technology in next-generation Reno.
— Xiaomi #5GIsHere (@Xiaomi) June 3, 2019
Mi Mix 4
Xiaomi has always been one step up when it comes to its Mi mix smartphone range. The Mi Mix 1 was the first ever bezel-less smartphone but it had an uncanny camera placement. but two years later with Mi Mix the company not only got over 90% screen to body ratio but also fixed the issue with its front-facing camera. With Mi Mix 4, the company might bring the last feature in their journey to Complete bezel-less smartphone.
The smartphone will have a 6.4-inch Quad HD AMOLED display. Under the hood, The smartphone is will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. This time the smartphone will feature the fingerprint scanner beneath the display. While the ceramic back brings wireless charging capability.
The Company may not boost the cameras up from the Mi 9 level. But can bring in extra Optical Zoom capability, From 2x to probably 5x if possible. The front facing camera moves inside the screen, rest hardware is still unknown. Phone surely will be running on the latest version of MIUI.