Samsung’s ultimate goal is to create "perfect full-screen" phone

Samsung Intends to Hide Cameras Under Phone Displays

Samsung wants to put cameras, sensors beneath screens to create full-screen smartphones

With its new Galaxy S10 lineup, Samsung has got very close to designing a phone with a screen that extends seamlessly from edge-to-edge.

Yang said the company is also considering development of Crystal Sound OLED display, which can make the screen double as a speaker.

Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 series with Infinity-O display in February this year, where the front camera is included in a hole under the display.

Something to look forward to: As bezels have shrunk, eliminating the front-facing camera cutout has become the holy grail of smartphone design. But it likely won't appear in new smartphones anytime soon. The vice president of Samsung Display's R&D group, Yang Byung-duk, said that while the technology to create a full-screen smartphone won't be ready in the next 1-2 years, at least the technology can advance so much that selfie cameras can work from under the display.

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Apple, Google, and other phone makers have worked around this problem in the past by adding a larger cutout located near the top of the phone, which is now commonly referenced as a notch.

His pronouncements should make it clear that we should not hold out any hope of the technology showing up in the Note 10, and that even the S11 (or whatever Samsung will call the next generation) seems destined to continue to the punch hole design.

The images come in 1960 x 1960 (single wing) or 2152 x 2152 (dual-wing) resolution to accommodate the phone's 1536 x 2152 pixel resolution folding screen. The Korea-based electronics giant showed off its flexible display technology as far back as 2013, but only debuted its first foldable phone in 2019.

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