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Samsung files patent for under-display camera for its smartphones

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Seoul, Jan 21 (IANS) South Korean tech giant Samsung has filed a patent for an under-display camera for its smartphones.

The patent comes with the trademark “Under Panel Camera” or UPC emanated from Seoul-based Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) and is linked to Samsung. The patent falls under the category ‘Smartphone/TV display panel’, LetsGoDigital reported.

Samsung seems to be preparing to apply this new camera technology in several types of products.

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It remains unclear for the time being in which Galaxy smartphone this technology will first appear. However, the tech giant is expected to introduce the new technology with Galaxy Z Fold 3, as Samsung has been known to have been working on such a design for quite a while now.

Samsung is certainly not the only smartphone manufacturer to develop this technology. Oppo and Xiaomi have already shown an under-display camera smartphone.

Meanwhile, ZTE in September 2020 had unveiled the ZTE Axon 20 5G which was the first-ever smartphone with an under-display camera. The Axon 20 5G comes with four rear cameras and a single 32MP under the display camera.

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