Samsung Display teases under-display camera on a laptop

Remigio Civitarese
Gennaio 14, 2021

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. It looks quite stylish, at the same time coming with a very powerful hardware. The highlights of the screen include the outstanding appearance of the screen, equipped with a transparent camera hole. Besides that, this OLED panel is half as thick as regular displays, so it can be lighter than other laptops. Now, Samsung wants to push this tech to computers with its Blade Bezel laptop. With Chinese OEMs first to market with the technology, all eyes have been on Samsung with expectations high that it will introduce the technology on the Galaxy Z Fold3 later this year.

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.

Recently, Samsung Display officially announced the launch of a new brand logo "Samsung OLED" for its OLED products. Samsung showed off a demo back in 2018, and the company is now ready with its first product with an under-display camera. Not much is known about the camera (or even the laptop) but what can certainly be said is that the tech definitely does its job in increasing the screen-to-body ratio. This technology is a new form of frame that can greatly reduce the width of the screen edge.

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