First came the loathed notch. Then Samsung (and Huawei) started drilling actual holes into the screens of their high-end (and even mid-range) devices to move one step closer to the bezelless dream. Pop-ups and sliders are also a thing nowadays, despite the inherent vulnerabilities of mechanical camera modules, but what most smartphone manufacturers might actually be working on is invisible selfie shooters.
Invisible to the unassuming eye of the user, that is, with Oppo becoming the world's first company today to showcase a (partially) functional prototype of a phone equipped ...
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - 5:14am