Samsung is working to make the entire front of the phones as a screen, without the need for screens or camera cutouts of any kind are required. Yonhap News Agency reported, the vice president of the company, Yang Byung-duk, said: "Although it would not be possible to use a full-screen smartphone in the next two years, the technology can advance to a point the camera's hole is invisible, and in no way affect the function of the camera. "
Comments Coming Through Samsung Less Than a Month after Samsung's Latest Flagship Samsung Galaxy S10 Announced This is the company's first mobile phone to have a" punch "cut out for the selfie camera. Yang described the S1
This is not the first time that Samsung has talked about its plans to produce an all-display device. In a presentation last October, the company said it is working on four inter-related technologies to maximize screen size. Fingerprint scanners under the display, under panel camera sensors, haptic display technologies and in-display speakers (much like the vibrating OLED screen of the LG G8).
Despite Samsung's ambition, it has become a rarity for the company to first come onto the market with new technologies like these. Several Chinese-made phones included in-display fingerprint sensors before the feature found its way to Samsung's flagship. Honor's View 20 was the first phone to have a hole display (although, as Yang notes, the S10 was the first to do so with an OLED panel). Vivo and other Chinese mobile phones have also developed full-screen devices by moving the camera around the back (and adding a rear display), using slider designs or creating pop-up mechanisms that hide the selfie camera in the phone.
Yang Find out when Samsung's "perfect full-screen" phone might be ready, except that it's not ready for the next year or two. Whether this means that they will be finished in three or thirty years, one can only guess.