Xiaomi third-generation under-screen camera
On the morning of August 28, Xiaomi mobile phone officially announced the third generation of Xiaomi’s under-screen camera technology, claiming to have the perfect display and selfie effect, in perfect condition to allow the under-screen camera into the mass production stage.
the official says that the phone of the future will be a full screen with the front-facing camera completely hidden underneath it. From the first generation in the lab phase last year, to the second generation in the show-ready phase, we have never stopped exploring the under-screen front camera.
The third generation of the camera technology, Xiaomi also made a detailed explanation, saying that the display accuracy will never be compromised, the normal OLED screen is almost impervious to light, to achieve transparency must take a special arrangement of pixels in the area of the under-screen camera.
Xiaomi announced that it will officially mass produce smartphones with third-generation under-screen cameras next year. This is another black technology with mass production capability released by Xiaomi after the Mi 10 Ultra delivered the first mass-produced 120W graphene-based lithium-ion battery.
It is said that the new technology solution can well hide the front camera under the screen without affecting the whole screen display effect, without digging holes and water droplets of visual obstruction, making the perfect full-screen form a reality.
Compared to the previous two generations, the third generation of under-screen camera dramatically improves the display effect of the camera area through the self-developed pixel arrangement, and at the same time, through the optimization of the camera algorithm, it brings the selfie performance indistinguishable from the conventional front camera, truly bringing the under-screen camera into the practical and mass production stage.
Xiaomi’s third-generation under-screen camera technology uses a new self-researched pixel arrangement, which allows the screen to transmit light through the gap area of sub-pixels, so that each unit pixel still retains its full RGB sub-pixel (Sub-Pixel) display, without sacrificing pixel density.
Compared to other solutions on the market, Xiaomi’s third-generation under-screen camera doubles the number of pixels in both horizontal and vertical display areas to achieve the same pixel density as the normal display area, point-to-point display of all physical pixels, as well as the same brightness, color gamut, and color accuracy, making the entire screen a unified whole.
Based on the new pixel layout scheme, the third-generation Xiaomi under-screen camera also adopts a special circuit design that hides more components underneath the RGB sub-pixels to further improve the light transmittance of the under-screen camera area. Combined with Xiaomi’s self-developed camera optimization algorithm, the camera offers an almost indistinguishable imaging performance from conventional front-facing cameras, changing the opaque, filter-like experience of ordinary under-screen cameras.
It can be said that Xiaomi’s third-generation under-screen camera is the perfect under-screen camera solution. According to Xiaomi’s plan, this technology will be officially mass-produced next year.
“Technology-based” is the first of Xiaomi’s three iron laws for the future, Xiaomi has been exploring the application possibilities of advanced technology, investment in research and development has increased significantly year after year, and the results have been successively landed.
The recently released Mi 10 Ultra incorporates many leading technologies: self-developed dual-fast-charging architecture, achieving the world’s fastest dual-fast-charging combination of 120W wired + 50W wireless; the ultimate 120x zoom and dual native ISO Fusion technology to deliver an outstanding image experience topping the DXOMARK rankings. The release of the latest generation of under-screen camera technology makes the ultimate full-screen form a reality.
Finally, Xiaomi will officially mass-produce third-generation camera technology next year, and the blurb claims that Xiaomi will release a new under-screen front-facing camera in Q1 next year, which should fall under the MIX series from the product line?