Samsung debuted its Infinity-O technology earlier this month with the Galaxy A8s. However, the device is still China’s exclusive smartphone. Enthusiasts of this new technology will have to wait for the Galaxy S10 trio release to have a taste of the in-display cameras.
According to a new source, users of the A8s are able to start the selfie camera even when the phone is locked with a simple swipe from the actual shooter placed towards the center of the device. Now, this feature will be making its way into the brand new Galaxy S10 series as well.
Earlier rumors pointed that a circular glow will be present around the camera’s hole and it will be on when the camera is on and is recognizing a face, and after the scan, more scenes will be available.
The selfie camera is placed in a hole in the corner of Galaxy A8s IPS LCD and has a 24MP sensor. We are yet to see how it will be implemented in the Galaxy S10’s AMOLED display, but we already know that while the Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite will sport a single camera, the Galaxy S10+ will come with two screen holes to house more powerful dual selfie cameras.