No under-screen camera Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series Exposure: Hole-in-hole screen/120Hz high brush

On May 14th, Android Authority revealed the core parameters of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. The Galaxy Note 20 series includes the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus, with the Galaxy Note 20 measuring 6.42 inches and the Galaxy Note 20 plus 6.87 inches, according to the report.

Both will be equipped with Qualcomm’s next-generation 3D ultrasound screen fingerprints, which are reported to be 17 times larger than the previous generation, unlock faster, and can be entered with two fingerprints, which is a significant improvement in security compared to the previous generation.

No under-screen camera Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series Exposure: Hole-in-hole screen/120Hz high brush

Galaxy Note 20 rendering (authenticity to be confirmed)

The Core Configuration, the Galaxy Note 20 Series features qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform, up to 16GB of memory and a battery capacity of 4300mAh (the Galaxy Note 20 Plus battery capacity is unknown).

Finally, The Android Authority says the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series features a hole-in-the-hole design, with the front-facing camera hole-in-the-center position consistent with the Galaxy Note 10 series, with no under-screen camera.

It has previously been reported that off-screen camera technology will be commercially produced in the second half of this year, which will be the industry and users are looking forward to the ultimate solution for a truly comprehensive screen.

However, the initial imaging performance of the camera below the hole-in-the-hole screen, because the current technical capabilities have not yet found an effective way to combine the display and camera effects.

Xiaomi Group China President, Redmi brand general manager Lu Weibing has previously been popular, the current screen PPI is about 400, and PPI at this level, the camera light transmission rate is very low, which seriously affects the effect of photography. If the PPI is reduced and the passrate is increased, there will be a large gap between the PPI of the display area and the PPI of the entire screen, resulting in the display area colored blocks and so on.

For now, Samsung has chosen a more sophisticated hole-in-the-screen solution to ensure front-up imaging, and the camera will be used as soon as next year’s Galaxy S S series.

As is customary, the Galaxy Note 20 series will be released in August and available for sale in September.