Oppo is Working on an Under-Display Selfie Camera

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Oppo is one of the most popular Smartphone brands in the world with a huge number of smartphones for all types of consumers. The brand is gaining more popularity by introducing innovative selfie cameras every year. Today, Oppo has revealed a new Under-Display Selfie Camera.

Yes, the company is allegedly working on an innovative under-display selfie camera which will be introduced with its upcoming smartphone. In-display Fingerprint Sensor is common now and almost every smartphone brand has in-display fingerprint sensor phones.

Well, the time has changed now and one has to come up with innovative features to attract the consumers. And, Oppo is all set to do so with its new under-display selfie camera.

We have seen many smartphones with full-display and a cut-out to house the selfie-camera and other useful sensors. Now, Oppo is experimenting with new selfie-camera that will not require any cut-out on the screen or a particular place to house it. The selfie-camera will be placed underneath the display and there will be no cut-out or water-drop notch on the front panel of the phone.

In an official teaser video, the Chinese Smartphone Manufacturer has shown off this innovative concept to bring the selfie camera within the display. Oppo took to Twitter to share this information with its fanboys. They have shared a short video to introduce a full notch-less device to the world. Check out the official tweet from here.

Well, it’s just an introductory video shared by the officials of Oppo to make the people excited about it. There’s no official word on when we actually see the mass production of the smartphone with this innovative under-display camera.

Hopefully, we will hear some more information about this concept from Oppo’s officials in the near future. We will have to wait for some more weeks to see the live demo of the under-display camera. Stay tuned for more updates!

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