We all know that the Galaxy S20 launch is on its way, and now Samsung’s flagship goals are shifting focus on the next series in the Galaxy Note. But it’s never too early to start thinking about next year’s Galaxy S-series.
According to a report, the Galaxy S21 could come with an under-screen selfie camera. The super impressive brand Samsung seems to have begun initial development for the next Galaxy S series smartphone.
It is said that the company is possibly working to finalize the specs of the flagship phone. This preparation comes around the same point as the brand works on its future Samsung Galaxy Note flagship. According to a tweet by Ice Universe, the brand is preparing to use the under-screen camera technology with the upcoming device.
The tweet says, “Samsung is considering using the under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21 first, and is evaluating the feasibility of the technology.” An under-display camera sensor will only be highly successful if things progress as planned. We have noticed that the brand usually launches breakthrough camera technology with its Galaxy S lineup. Also, the Note series hardly copies the camera sensor.
According to a source, there are many difficulties that come with the under-screen camera technology as well. First of all, there can be a lack of lighting entering the sensor for pictures. Launching this technology is likely to bring a negative effect on the image quality from the front sensor. Pixel density is an area of concern for the screen on the top of the camera sensor.
It is worth noting that the brand is not the only one that is working on this technology. Other smartphone giants such as OPPO and Huawei are also working on developing this one-of-a-kind technology. We are sure excited!