Samsung Galaxy S21 may be the last generation flagship machine without an under-screen camera

According to foreign media PhoneArena reported today, although Samsung is also developing under-screen camera technology, due to time issues, Samsung Galaxy S21 may miss the under-screen camera, but uses a punch-hole screen solution. Samsung’s last generation of flagship models with punched screens.

▲ Picture source PhoneArena

The report pointed out that Samsung explained the progress of its under-screen camera research and development in a China event in 2018. In addition, the two whistleblowers provided some information, suggesting that Samsung is ready to mass-produce it.

A whistleblower said that Samsung Display’s under-screen camera solution is far ahead of other manufacturers’ solutions. And the whistleblower said in April that Samsung is considering using under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21 and evaluating its feasibility.

Ross Young, the founder of DSCC, a screen research organization, said that Samsung’s under-screen camera technology is expected to be officially mass-produced next year. If the Samsung Galaxy S21 is not the first to be released, then the first model may be Samsung’s next-generation folding screen phone (or named Galaxy Z Fold 3).

Naijatechnews learned that Samsung Galaxy S21 (or S30) is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm’s latest generation of Snapdragon flagship platform-Snapdragon 875, or will be released by the end of this year.

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