Huwaei’s In-Display Camera Patent Leaked, Innovative Punch Hole Mechanism!

Is this the better approach towards reaching a 100% screen to body ratio?

OPPO and Xiaomi have already entered the game of in-display camera tech. Will the camera under the screen be the main theme of the next round of achieving a 100% screen-to-body ratio?

After a thorough search, several patent documents related to in-screen camera technology of Huawei have surfaced. It seems that with advanced film, glass, and self-illumination using OLED panels, Huawei is going to creatively use the lens hole based on the camera for an under-the-camera mechanism.

A lot of UI adaptations have been made to achieve this. This will also be functional in the normal display state.

huawei in display camera technology patent

How is it possible?

For example, the camera interface displays the AI mode on and off, the notification icon is displayed in the desktop state, and the background phone is connected as the resident floating window in the hands-free state.

huawei in screen camera technology demo

In fact, after the Huawei P30 Pro adopted the screen sound technology, it is not difficult to infer that Huawei’s 100% screen-to-body solution is already underway. With the folding screen and the full-screen smartphones, Huawei’s future lineup seems to be bright!

So guys what do you feel about this advancement by Huawei?

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Huwaei’s In-Display Camera Patent Leaked, Innovative Punch Hole Mechanism!

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