The World's First Smartphone With A Selfie Camera Hidden In The Display

Several companies are working on a smartphone that will have a selfie camera hidden inside the display like a fingerprint sensor.

So far, such concept models have emerged, but a Chinese company is now ready to introduce the first such commercial smartphone, leaving behind Samsung, Xiaomi and others.

ZTE has announced that it will be introducing the world's first mass-produced smartphone on September 1, which will feature a selfie camera mounted inside the display.

The company made the announcement in a message posted on Twitter.

Other details about the phone will be revealed on September 1, but according to various leaks, the device called Exxon 2 Five G will have a 6.92-inch OLED display with no scratches, punch holes or other. Where the front camera is usually.

In fact, since the camera is inside the screen, it will be a fully bezel-less smartphone.

According to ZTE, the world's major technology companies are working on under-display cameras, but its phone will be the first such phone available in the market.

Oppo had earlier offered a prototype model based on the technology, but it is not yet commercially available.

According to Lex, the ZTE Exxon 20 will have a 32-megapixel selfie camera hidden inside the screen, while the back will have two sensors with 64 and 8-megapixel cameras and two two-megapixel sensors.

In addition, 2.4 GHz processor, 6, 8 and 12 GB RAM, 64, 128 and 256 GB storage while 4120 mAh battery is also expected to be provided.

It is difficult to say the price of the phone at the moment, but ZTE devices are cheaper than other companies.

Along with the announcement by ZTE, another Chinese company, Huawei, also reported on a smartphone equipped with all-screen fingerprint sensor technology and an under-display camera.

The company, which has been plagued by US sanctions, also confirmed the report, saying the technology would soon be available to the general public.

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