Last week, when we informed you that Samsung’s under-display video camera innovation is not yet prepared for mobile phones, we passed along a discount video clip made by the supplier. One component of the video clip revealed 3 letters on top of the display, “UPC.” Right below those letters words “Under panel video camera” were published. According to details from the Korean Intellectual Property Office (through GizChina), on January 15th Samsung Display signed up the UPC hallmark for the Under panel video camera system
By relocating the innovation required for a front-facing video camera, consisting of the lens, below the screen, phone makers will certainly have the ability to remove a notch, a punch-hole video camera, and also also a pop-up video camera. The application for the hallmark discusses that UPC does mean Under Panel Camera and also also mentions that we need to see the innovation provided on TELEVISION Display Panels along with Smartphone Displays.

Last week Samsung launched a video clip together with the beginning of the 2021Consumer Electronics Show The video clip launched by Samsung talking about the firm’s reusing program flaunted a phone that has yet to be introduced by the supplier. This phone had no strike opening or any type of opening that might be utilized for a front-facing video camera. Some think this phone is the Samsung Galaxy Note 21. Without a punch-hole for the selfie snapper, the video clip might be informing us that Sammy’s 2nd fifty percent 2021 front runner line will certainly use UPC innovation.

Samsung isn’t the only phone supplier with an under-display video camera system. In truth, the ZTE Axon 20 5G was the very first to market with such a function. Last week, a Huawei layout license for an under-display video camera went on the internet after being submitted with the China National Intellectual Property Office.