Here’s how Xiaomi’s radical under-display selfie camera works (Latest version)


Xiaomi and Oppo made technology headlines yesterday when they changed self-cameras on social media. The technology, which was supposedly a while away from release, may come sooner than you think.

Now Xiaomi's senior vice president, Wang Xiang, has asked Twitter how it works on technology.

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Wang points out that the screen has a small portion with a transparent display made from a "special low reflective glass with high transmittance." The transparent display works like a normal screen when you're not in the camera – but what about the image quality?

The CEO says you're looking at a 20MP selfie selfie camera, claiming this solution offers better images than another noteworthy alternative.

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"By allowing more light into the lens, the display-camera built-in kitchen can make perfect perfect selfies, clearer and sharper than the pinhole camera solution. [presumably the punch-hole camera – ed] when the camera is activated, "reads an extract of Wang's slide.

However, this is a very urgent demand, because image quality is probably the biggest concern about selfie camera display. The selfie camera has to look essentially through the screen, and like in-display fingerprint sensors must be viewed through a screen. And we all know how poor the first generation of scanners were. Do you want to buy a phone with a first-generation selfie selfie camera? Let us know in the comments!

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