Samsung Under-Screen Camera Phone Appeared: Extremely High Screen-To-Body Ratio

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At the annual CES 2021 International Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung announced a new plan-Galaxy Upcycling at Home, which can turn old Galaxy phones into IoT devices. In the subsequent promotional video playback process, the video also revealed a Samsung mobile phone suspected of using an under-screen camera.

From the video point of view, the outside world generally predicts that this new machine is Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 21 leaked engineering machine, which will be equipped with under-screen camera technology. According to the description of foreign media LetsGoDigital, Samsung has been developing under-screen camera technology in recent years and is expected to realize a real under-screen camera in 2021.

There are no confirmed statements yet about the Galaxy Fold 2. But a lot of rumours, one of them now comes from @UniverseIce, allegedly he wants to know that Samsung will use the new camera technology.

It is worth mentioning that the foreign media also released a rendering of the Galaxy Note 21 Ultra last week, and its design style is very similar to the mobile phone in the video released by Samsung this time. The Galaxy Note 21 Ultra in the rendering image continues the classic design style of the Note series, with a hyperboloid screen on the front with a high screen-to-body ratio, and a five-camera design on the back.

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As for the core parameter information, foreign media LetsGoDigital predicts that Samsung’s high-end model will be equipped with the Snapdragon 888 processor and will use a 6.9-inch screen that supports 120Hz refresh rate + QHD+ resolution. As for whether it will be equipped with an under-screen camera, Have to wait for the next revelations or official announcements.

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