OPPO Showcased Next Generation Under-Screen Camera (USC)

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OPPO has showcased the new Under-Screen Camera (USC) technology. The company claims that due to this new under-screen technology, the quality of the picture taken with the selfie camera does not deteriorate. In the old introduced technology, the pixel density of a picture taken with an under-display or under-screen camera was low.

OPPO Showcased Next Generation Under Screen Camera
OPPO Showcased Next Generation Under Screen Camera


OPPO has showcased the new Under-Screen Camera (USC) technology. The company claims that due to this new under-screen technology, the quality of the picture taken with the selfie camera does not deteriorate. In the old introduced technology, the pixel density of a picture taken with an under-display or under-screen camera was low. OPPO has used smaller pixels with this new technology which produces up to 400PPI sharpness. The company says that users will not even be able to notice this.

Get better visual experience

Let us tell you that there is a slight difference between the screen of the phone screen and the camera cutout, but in the new under-screen technology, the user will get a better visual experience in daily use. The Chinese smartphone maker has also showcased a prototype of this under-screen technology feature phone. The prototype is shown full screen of an e-reader app during its showcase.

There has been a slight change in color in some parts of the picture taken in good light from this technology of OPPO phone, but it is much better than the company’s first under-display camera. Also, it is better than the under-screen camera used in the ZTE Axon 20 5G. This new under-display technology from OPPO looks similar to the recently launched Axon 30 5G from ZTE .

The phone can be launched with this technology

Let us know that OPPO has been working on under-display camera technology since 2019. The company showcased its first demo at MWC Shanghai held in 2019. However, the company has not yet used this technology commercially. It can be expected that in the coming days, the company can present a smartphone with this technology. However, it is not yet clear when the company’s first smartphone with an under-display camera will arrive.

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