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The Samsung Galaxy S21 is rumored to be released with the selfie camera under the screen



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The Samsung Galaxy S21 is rumored to be released with the selfie camera under the screen


Despite this, it’s never too early to start speculating about next year’s Galaxy S series and thanks to the notable and usual source of industry secrets Ice Universe, we have our first rumor about the Galaxy S21, which should come with a selfie camera per below the screen. Samsung generally launches first the main camera news in the Galaxy S lineup, so it would make sense to be the S21 to bring the coveted selfie camera hidden under the screen.

Following the launch of its 2020 top-line Galaxy S, Samsung’s attention is shifting its focus to the next gems of the Galaxy Note series. Despite this, it’s never too early to start speculating about next year’s Galaxy S series and thanks to the remarkable and habitual source of industry secrets ice universe, we have our first rumor about the Galaxy S21, which should come with a selfie camera under the screen.

Samsung is considering using the under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21 first, and is evaluating the feasibility of the technology.

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) April 9, 2020

Samsung generally launches first the main camera news in the Galaxy S lineup, so it would make sense to be the S21 to bring the coveted selfie camera hidden under the screen.

As even the most layman should understand, the development of this solution is difficult to execute, on the one hand users want a front panel as close as possible to 100% screen, on the other hand users want increasingly powerful front cameras, and this is a big challenge.

You can not have everything. Or can you?

As there are several obstacles, which include lighting that barely reaches the sensor, resulting in below-average image quality. Another big problem is matching the pixel density of the area where the sensor is placed with the rest of the screen.

On the other hand, Samsung is the leading manufacturer of screens for mobile devices; therefore, if anyone has the resources to face the difficulties of implementing such a solution, it is the South Korean manufacturer. Samsung didn’t show its working version of a camera placed under the screen, but we did see a prototype from Oppo. Xiaomi also hinted that it was working on such a solution and Huawei is also interested in bringing this development to future devices.