If there is a design that has dominated the development of the smartphone industry over the years, it must be a “full screen” or “no borders”. To increase the screen body ratio, Apple has adopted the design of the notch screen on the iPhone X/XS and iPhone 11, while Samsung has chosen the Infinite-O punch-hole for the Galaxy S10/Note 10. But with the advent of 2020, the smartphone industry is expected to usher in more extreme growth, and even completely bid farewell to notch.
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In a tweet at the end of 2019, the well-known @UniverseIce said: ‘Following the punching screen, the industry will turn to the Mosaic design.
The images it shares show that the “mosaic screen” can hide the camera under the screen without the need for Aegon slotting or punching the screen, as is the case with many smartphones using an on-screen fingerprint scheme (optical or ultrasonic sensor).
Given the credibility ofUniverseIce, the first “hidden front-facing cameras” smart opportunities are expected to meet in early 2020.