First Smartphone With Hidden Camera [Huawei Joins Battle]

Hidden camera smartphone will soon be a reality

Chinese manufacturer Huawei is rumored to be working on releasing smartphones with front cameras hidden under the screen. How do they plan on achieving such a futuristic feat in 2020? 
First Smartphone with hidden Camera

This will be done by placing the sensor under a part of the screen that becomes transparent when you want to take a photo. Wow, who could have thought of this being a possibility anytime soon?

Most new smartphones being released today have a "borderless" screen, but for these devices to have a front camera, manufacturers must be creative. 

The most common solution is the scree notch like first see on the iPhone, which allows the smartphone manufacturer to place the selfie camera and other sensors on the front. 

But there are also smartphones with a pop-up camera like the OnePlus 7, which has its sliding mechanisms, as well as the holes drilled on the screen.

Soon rather than later, we could also see devices being launched with the front camera placed under the screen, the camera on these smartphones will not be visible on the screen. The idea in this involves placing the sensor at a part of the screen that can become transparent when the camera is being used.

Two Chinese manufacturers, including Xiaomi, have already announced that they are developing this solution. Samsung is also rumored to soon be releasing a smartphone model with the front camera hidden beneath the screen. 

Trybeweb recently learned that in a bid to become the first smartphone brand to release such a breakthrough feature, Huawei would be working on this feature as well. 
First Smartphone with hidden Camera
Second Model of the smartphone with a hidden camera. Source: LetsGoDigital

As reported by Android Authority, LetsGoDigital site recently discovered two patents from the Chinese giant that describe smartphones that could have a camera hidden under the screen.

Phones With Hidden Camera On The Screen, A future trend?

These devices would have curved edges covering the screen. But the most interesting thing is that there won't be a notch or hole on the screen for the front camera, which suggests that this sensor could be integrated into the screen.

The two models are almost identical but have different camera specs on the back. It could, therefore, be two versions of the same model.

But of course, at the moment, these are just rumors and assumptions. Therefore, this information is still to be considered as unofficial rumors. In addition, companies like Huawei are not using all the intellectual-property they have, we have reasons to believe that these companies are withholding the release of some major features for years to come.

What is certain is that the front cameras hidden under the screen could be released at any time, and would rapidly become a new trend in the smartphone market.

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First Smartphone With Hidden Camera [Huawei Joins Battle]
Hidden camera smartphone will soon be the latest trend in the smartphone industry, but who will be the first company to release this smartphone?
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