Oppo has recently showcased its under-display camera technology using a smartphone prototype along with its competitor Xioami. Aimed at getting rid of the display notch and mechanical sliders, the latest technology will help companies build smartphones with a full-screen design. Today, Oppo officially announced that it would be announcing its first smartphone with an under-display camera on June 26 at an event in MWC 2019 Shanghai Exhibition, which is Asia’s leading event for next-generation technology. The exhibition is scheduled to be held between June 26 and June 28 in Shanghai, China with main focus on 5G, IoT, AI, and Big Data.
According to the poster released by Oppo, the slogan “not only comprehensive” implies that the smartphone will not only sport a full-screen design, but also there’s something surprising that is coming alongside. We expect Oppo to announce some exclusive technologies like VOOC 4.0, GameBoost 3.0, etc. But we have to wait until June 26 till we get some official news from the company.
Oppo engineers, while showcasing the under-display camera technology last month said that the camera area under the display could be touched normally. With the latest under-screen camera technology, the future phones might be developed mainly around this area like how current generation phones are launching with popup camera.