Smartphone manufacturers have been trying to come up with a perfect solution for a full-screen device. After offering a pop-up camera module, manufacturers are now working on under-display camera technology.
While ZTE has already launched the world’s first smartphone with an under-display camera — ZTE Axon 20 5G, other manufacturers like OPPO and Xiaomi are working on the same. Now, it seems that Realme has also joined the list.
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Realme’s Vice President and President of Global Marketing Xu Qi has today shared a photo on Weibo which shows a smartphone without any notch on top of the display. This hints that the company is gearing up to launch a device with under-display camera technology.
However, do note that the Xu Qi has not explicitly confirmed that this is the company’s upcoming smartphone using in-display camera technology. But going by his comments on the same post, he has teased selfies and confirmed there’s no pop-up camera, hinting that the phone is using under-display camera technology.
Recently, Xu Qi had teased a new flagship smartphone from the company, which is likely to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset. This comes at a time when there are reports claiming that OPPO has killed off its Ace lineup of smartphones and will be replacing it with a new series under its Realme brand.
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