Media reported that samsung may have extended its on-screen hidden camera (UDC) program, which was scheduled to debut on the Galaxy S21 series of smart machines in the first half of 2021, to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 folding screen smart machine in the second half of 2021 after checking the “do-it-or-do” list. It is reported that in order to further enhance the screen proportion of the body, mobile phone manufacturers have come up with a variety of solutions. However, the production of hidden front-thing components on-screen is not as simple as it says.
As a compromise to replace the ugly notch slot, mobile phone makers have experimented with options such as electric lifts and Infinity-O punch screens, respectively.
But even Samsung Electronics, which is leading the industry in research and development, has yet to successfully complete mass production of Under-Camera Display components.
Samsung has been forced to postpone its UDC program for the Galaxy S21 series of smartphones and extend it to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 folding screen smarts in the second half of 2021, the sources said.
Samsung is reported to have selected a pale yellow polyimide (PI) substrate for its flexible OLED panel to allow light to pass through the screen.
However, in order to achieve the desired real color and other effects, it is necessary to screen the camera sensor software and hardware solutions to carry out deep customization.
There is no doubt that the extension of the UDC program will also result in a higher price for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 folding screen new machine than the previous generation.
Even though ZTE has shown off its first on-screen camera on the Axon 20 5G smartphone, its actual performance is still to be tested.