In a few months, Xiaomi will have a huge event where it will unveil a plethora of products. As of now, there are multiple reports that Xiaomi will hold this event in August. Furthermore, there are speculations regarding the new technologies that will make an appearance at the event. From the speculations in the industry so far, Xiaomi’s upcoming technologies include the under-display camera as well as its new fast charging technology. As for devices, we are expecting the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4, CC 11 series, Mi Pad 5, and others. The latest speculation claims that Xiaomi may officially announce the under-screen camera technology this August.
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As early as last year, Xiaomi demonstrated its third-generation under-screen camera technology. At the time, the company claims that the technology is ready for mass production. However, since then, we are yet to see any Xiaomi device with this technology.
Compared with the previous two-generation solutions, the third-generation under-screen camera greatly improves the display effect of the camera area through the self-developed pixel arrangement. Furthermore, through the optimization of the camera algorithm, it brings the same self-portrait performance as the conventional front camera.
Furthermore, Xiaomi claims that its third-generation under-screen camera technology uses a new self-developed pixel arrangement. This allows the screen to pass light through the sub-pixel gap area, so that each unit pixel still retains a complete RGB sub-pixel (Sub-Pixel) display. There is no loss of pixel density.
Today, Xiaomi’s under-screen camera technology may have been iterated to the fourth or even fifth generation, and it is bound to have a significant improvement in display effects and imaging compared to the third generation. This will be the best form of technology in the full-screen era.
Which device will introduce Xiaomi’s under-display camera
Looking at our crystal balls, we will say it will be the upcoming Xiaomi Mi MIX 4. However, this may not be the case because there are other Xiaomi flagships in development. Recall that the Xiaomi CC series was the first to use the 108MP camera from Samsung. With the Xiaomi CC 11 in development, we can not be too sure about the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 using this technology. In addition, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 will probably arrive this year. It appears to be launching too early for the under-display camera technology.
As of now, only one manufacturer can boast of mass-producing the under-display camera. The company is ZTE and it used this technology in its Axon 20 Pro 5G.