OPPO: this is the new smartphone with built-in screen camera [vídeo]

OPPO presented last Wednesday (4) the second generation of camera technology integrated into the screen. As we showed in 4gnews, in this second iteration the camera is practically imperceptible, with a much improved image capture.

No matter how descriptive a presentation is, nothing beats its practical demonstration. Well this is precisely what we have here with one of the first videos hands on to get to the Internet where we can see the prototype created for this purpose already in operation.

The second generation of promising technology developed by OPPO

According to the presenter of the video, the youtuber In question, the front camera is essentially invisible regardless of angle, light refraction, or the presentation of different colors and images on the screen. It is already perfectly integrated into the show.

Computer photography fixes many of the unwanted elements

The presenter also shows us the performance of the camera with some photographic samples taken. The important thing to remember are the feats performed by image processing algorithms, computational photography.

The example shown in the video could integrate the upcoming OPPO smartphones


This is because the preview of photos and videos taken with this built-in camera is full of artifacts in the image. It looks strange, or even dim, with low resolution and no great details.

The camera’s image sensor captures light from the screen and other unwanted elements in the image. However, these are subsequently removed by artificial intelligence (AI) and image processing algorithms.


OR youtuber He confesses that the camera is slightly noticeable in some specific angles and settings. However, in most cases, the user will not notice your presence and will be able to enjoy a full screen user experience.

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Anyway, the video shows us in great detail the implementation, or rather its practical skills, the camera being only visible in very specific conditions. It is “too small” and the color presentation is not a problem.

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