With the Galaxy Z Fold 3, we got to see the Under-Display selfie camera, which, however, had bad image quality. This is due to the display layer, along with a glass layer on top which was restricting the view of the camera. This is well, obvious, with tech like this. This trend, however, will continue with the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 as well. This time, Samsung will try to hide the camera properly, and make it less obvious in certain places.
The leaked info comes from a now-deleted tweet that shared a slide from the official internal presentation. This showcases the new way Samsung is trying to hide the under-display camera sensor. last time, Samsung had gone with a simple grid-like pixel arrangement, but with the new information, it seems Samsung is trying to do a scattered pixel arrangement, which will increase the pixel density by 40%.
Although this will hide the camera properly, the effect on the camera quality is still unknown.
Also, Read: Here are some camera samples from the Pixel 6a.
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