Friday , August 12 2022

Samsung is already sick of the Punch-Hole camera


They were greeted as a solution to the problem, but it seems that the drilling cameras seem to have already sustained their welcome.

Samsung's research and development team, Iang Biung-Duk, said the company is already moving from a hole drill screen to a phone with all the screens. This does not mean that there is no longer a selfie camera – that means, like the ultrasound fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10, the camera will be below the screen.

The loudspeaker would also be a sub-screen, something that we've already started to see in devices such as the LG G8 ThinK phone and Sony A8F TV. Both devices use the screen itself as a speaker, vibrating the screen to create sound.

This means that next Samsung phone could be literally full screen on the front – without notches, holes, cutouts, bezel – just one giant display.

So pretty.

The new screen technology will obviously still need a very small hole for the camera, but according to TechRadar it will be "small enough to be effectively invisible". Like microphone holes on allegedly zero ports.

We are already pretty spoiled in terms of the relationship between the screen and the body: the S10 has over 93% of the screen, and upcoming phones such as Huawei's weird quarter-screen phone has only one small hole on the front display.

While we are waiting for technology with all the screens, smartphone manufacturers have come up with some pretty ingenious holes for the hole, including Opp's genius position of the camera icon with a hole as a lens, and Samsung is planning to put the second screen top.

In the meantime, here's how to hide the drilling camera at Galaki S10.

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