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Samsung Display Showcased Under-Screen Camera Tech For Notebooks

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Cecil Davis | 14 January, 2021, 18:38

Samsung has been teasing its new OLED display tech during the past few days and in one of the promo videos the company shows its UPC technology. However, before you get too excited, you might want to learn that this UDC OLED panel isn't meant for use in smartphones. That said, ZTE has already announced the Axon 20 5G that houses the selfie camera under its display.

The teaser video published on YouTube shows a laptop PC with a sleek design. It's an all-screen display as the front-facing camera hides under the OLED panel.

The company's Blade Bezel design should arrive later this year, offering up to 93% screen-to-body ratio in laptops with OLED screens, but there's no information about any potential plans to use the technology in the next generation Galaxy or Note smartphones.

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Samsung's new panel is also 50 percent thinner than conventional panels at a mere 1 mm thick. A 13.3-inch Samsung OLED weighs just about 130 grams, compared to 180 grams a conventional OLED panel weighs.

The latest development comes from Samsung's Weibo page, where the company showed off a product preview of the Samsung Blade Bezel laptop, which ironically, is almost bezel-less.

While all eyes are set on the Galaxy S21 announcement scheduled for later today, Samsung Display posted a teaser for an upcoming laptop with an OLED display that will also sport an under-display camera. Now, it seems like the company is gearing up to launch a device with the new camera technology as well.