Oppo’s under-display camera technology wouldn’t have a high image quality

Oppo recently teased their under-display camera technology for the first time on Twitter. Soon after that, they released a banner saying that they are going to launch and showcase the device at MWC Shanghai 2019. And right after that, we saw a promo video which showed off the design of the device. But today, we have another piece of information. It is pretty much confirmed that the Oppo’s under-display camera technology wouldn’t have a high image quality.

The Oppo’s under-display camera technology is still pretty new. So, the Vice President of Oppo – Brian Shen said that expectations about the image quality shouldn’t be high-. That sounds fair as this is still the first-generation technology.

Oppo’s under-display camera technology wouldn’t have a high image quality

Brian Shen – the Vice President of Oppo confirmed that while answering to the concerns about the quality of the image, expressed by a user. This first-generation under-display camera technology wouldn’t be perfect, as expected. The camera unit wouldn’t be able to completely see-through the screen and would behave as if the lens isn’t clean.

Having newer technology comes at its own cost. This has a minor flaw here, but the technology is pretty amazing. Maybe, we won’t even see this first-generation tech in any future mobile device. But there’s surely a room for improvement and maybe, the next-generation tech will be seen in the future devices.

Even if we don’t see this first-generation tech in any devices, the future seems to be good for us. Once this technology is good enough, we might see them in our smartphones. And then there will be no need for notches or crazy moving parts in our devices. I’ll make sure to cover this when it is announced.

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Shivang Joshi

Shivang Joshi, or probably better known as theimagefreak is a content creator. He loves Product Photography and sharing his views about the latest tech products through Blogs. He also tests products for brands and provide feeback for improvements before they hit the market.

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