Samsung Galaxy S11 might have no physical camera

Samsung Galaxy S11 might have no physical camera

Samsung Galaxy S11 might have no physical camera

"Punching a hole in the OLED display is a very challenging technology", explained Yang Byung-duk, vice president of Samsung's Mobile Communication R&D Group Display, according to Yonhap News Agency. However, what we do know is its developing cameras and sensors beneath the actual screens.

Galaxy A9 (2018), launched in November previous year, integrates a 6.3-inch Full-HD + Super AMOLED Infinity display (1080 × 2220 pixels) and is also powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 eight-core, combined with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of integrated storage space. Samsung, like Huawei and Honor, treats the hole punch cutout like a notch, and allows Galaxy S10 users to hide them using software settings.

Samsung Electronics plans to develop a full-screen display that has camera and sensors hidden under the display. The device also provides simple and secure access with a Rear Fingerprint unlocking feature as well as intuitive Face Unlock.

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The first update released to the Galaxy S10 substantially improved the speed and accuracy of the fingerprint sensor, and if the same trend is maintained, the reader should become a much more reliable feature in the coming weeks. In a statement made by the company's representative, Samsung is expected to launch this totally full - screen display by the next 1 - 2 years. Due to an unrealistically high price and a faulty camera, the Galaxy A9 (2018) seems more like a rushed product rather than a well-thought device. Of course, Samsung could always rely on pop-up cameras in the meanwhile to maximize screen estate, but elevating cameras are not considered durable.

There's no telling when Samsung would be able to launch a full-screen phone. Apple's chief design officer Jony Ive said back in 2016 that he wants an iPhone that looks like a single sheet of glass.

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