Today, OPPO officially announced a new generation of under-screen camera technology. It has been two years since the release of its previous generation technology. This time through the design of reduced pixels and circuit layout, coupled with new algorithms, the screen in the camera area can be Maintain high resolution while improving camera performance.
First of all, OPPO reduced the screen pixels to maintain a density level of 400ppi, while allowing light to pass through the screen. The lines under the screen are also made of thinner and more transparent materials, compared to the industry’s mainstream one-circuit-to-two-pixels Design, OPPO adopts a one-to-one solution to improve the color performance, accuracy and brightness of the camera area screen, and can increase the life span of 50%, while leaving almost no traces of the camera under the screen.
▲ OPPO reduced the screen pixels, plus improved materials and circuits, so that the screen in the camera area still has a high pixel density.
▲ OPPO’s new generation of under-screen cameras claim to have almost no traces of existence.
In addition to improving the transparency of the screen material, OPPO is also equipped with an AI algorithm to maintain the consistency of the screen performance when the camera is not used, and learn from tens of thousands of photos to improve the sharpness, white balance and dynamic range of the photos. The performance makes the presentation of photos more accurate and natural. OPPO also released shooting proofs. Although there are still visible flaws, the usability is very high compared to the performance of the camera under the screen seen in the past.
▲ In the proofs provided by OPPO, although the photos still have uneven color patches, they are very clear overall.
Sources cited: Android Authority, Engadget, The Verge