The solution would be to bring back real fingerprint sensors on the back
Honestly wish we had gone back to days S8, Note 8, S9, Note 9. It was MILES better. We had no interference on the screen, we had places to rest our hands when we held our phone in landscape mode, and we could have a front camera with all these sensors, don’t even get me started on the Iris scanner.
Spanky, 14 hours agoIn fact, no one is choking anyone with this awesome technology, because there are still so many … moreThe sad thing about in-display cameras is that the only thing it provides is just a full, intact screen that an already existing feature is already inexpensively solving, namely moving the camera to the bezel. Plus, the atrocious camera image is already a negative.
Spanky, 14 hours agoIn fact, no one is choking anyone with this awesome technology, because there are still so many … moreNot yet, but it will be, just as the perforations and notches are currently.
There is no one there because this technology is awful, stupid and has already shown its limits, everyone has tried to improve it internally with tons of expensive R&D (that one day everyone will regret having to cover when the price of smartphones will skyrocket).
But ZTE released a sloppy version just to pretend to be the first, just as the Tu-144 was an ugly sloppy plane made only to beat the Concorde, and other brands had to follow in order not to lose credibility, but otherwise they would still have years before release, exactly as it’s been years since this technology was advertised, in fact, Oppo thought they could have put the Find X2 in and be the first to market it, just to opt out and go. install with a punch hole, before that, the technology has been in R&D for a long time.
It’s probably one of the longest, if not THE longest, technologies in the smartphone industry that was in R&D before its release, and even then the release is more of a beta than a final product, and if it wasn’t for ZTE to try to flex, it still would have been.
But once they realize that it will be pointless to further improve the display or the quality issue (because you can’t get one to work without compromising the other) because it will never be made in cheap large-scale production AND people have accepted the poor quality that comes with it anyway, you’re going to start flooding the market with this shit, despite the BETTER BETTER alternatives out there, such as the demise of the camera:
Which for the end user (you) basically does the same (full display with no holes / bumps) except it allows 100% quality for both, AND, allows privacy, while actually being simpler and even cheaper to manufacture.
I just hope this tech fails overwhelmingly, so a missing camera may appear, while bezels, pop-ups, sliders, and no front-facing cameras will come back stronger once people realize they are. were in fact much better than the haters constantly tried to imply, and, as the only positive aspect, UDC thingy might help people realize how much they hate punctures when they go from “I love them. perforations “to” I can’t wait for UDC “.
We do NOT need any other privacy-threatening technology to become mainstream.
Spanky, 14 hours agoSay that to the fruit-logo company and their old notches. ??At least Apple has a reason why it kept the notch for so long, because of Face ID, but Android phones no longer need perforations and notches when there are 2 better solutions. for the front camera. It’s not that Samsung can’t do it, it’s just that they don’t want to
Demongornot, 16 hours agoWe sure don’t need all the phones to have this shit tech, give us room to breathe, the … moreIn fact, no one is choking anyone with this awesome technology, as there are still very few phones that have implemented it, unfortunately. I was really hoping this year would see widespread adoption of under-screen cameras.
So three cheers to Motorola / Lenovo from me!
Narazumono, 18 hours agoAccessories for Motorola for the use of an under-screen camera and an L for Samsung to always use the punch … moreSay that to the fruit-logo company and their old notches. ??
Anonymous, 19 hours agoWow, please release this. More manufacturers need to be involved in sub-screen selfie technology.We certainly don’t need every phone to have this crappy tech, give us room to breathe, there are much better ways to get rid of the holes and notches.
Like a joke. Still new devices with limited support. Pity
- STREET PUPPY
Narazumono, 18 hours agoAccessories for Motorola for the use of an under-screen camera and an L for Samsung to always use the punch … moreBe sure it’s going to be lame just like the Axon 30, Mix 4, and Z fold 3 cam.
Anonymous, 19 hours agoWow, please release this. More manufacturers need to be involved in sub-screen selfie technology.Absolutely yes.
Narazumono, 18 hours agoAccessories for Motorola for the use of an under-screen camera and an L for Samsung to always use the punch … moreLund to Samsung
- Lj $
[deleted post]Mix4 as an example of this feature.
Accessories to Motorola for using an underscreen camera and an L for Samsung to always use punch holes in their phones, even in the S22. Pop up and under display cameras are the future, it’s time to start adjusting and leave the ugly notches and punch holes in the past
- Lj $
Anonymous, 19 hours agoWow, please release this. More manufacturers need to be involved in sub-screen selfie technology.I think most can wait until the limitations are resolved.
Anonymous, 19 hours agoWow, please release this. More manufacturers need to be involved in sub-screen selfie technology.Absolutely not.
Excellent news…!!! No more OEMs using this revolutionary camera capability. It’s the future. I pray that they use it 100% in gaming phones.
Wow, please release this. More manufacturers need to be involved in sub-screen selfie technology.