The under-screen camera is expected to be mass-produced in the second half of this year, and consumers are looking forward to the true full-screen. As is customary, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S Series flagship S21 (the Galaxy S30, tentatively named S21) in the first half of next year. August 5 news, industry insider @Ross Young in an interaction with netizens made it clear that the Galaxy S21 has no chance of under-screen camera.
If you do not use the under-screen camera, the Galaxy S21 may have a hole-in-the-screen solution. At present, the hole-in-the-hole technology is mature and stable, and does not affect the front-facing camera imaging.
At present, the biggest challenge of under-screen camera technology is how to ensure the imaging of the front-facing camera. Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi Group China and general manager of Redmi Brand, has previously passed the difficulties of under-screen camera technology.
Lu Weibing pointed out that the current screen PPI about 400, and PPI in this level of camera light transmission rate is very low, which seriously affects the picture effect. If the PPI is reduced and the transmission rate is increased, there will be a large gap between the PPI of the display area and the ppi of the entire screen, thus showing the phenomenon of colored blocks in the display area.
If the Galaxy S21 doesn’t have an under-screen camera solution, it’s possible that the under-screen camera has an impact on front-facing camera imaging, and Samsung has prioritized the imaging.
On the core configuration, the Galaxy S21 is expected to feature Qualcomm’s next-generation flagship SocSnapDragon 875, which is expected to be released in Q4 in 2020, ready for commercial production in Q1 in 2021, based on a 5nm process process, or integrated 5G baseband chip.