Such displays were the first to be ordered by Huawei and Xiaomi.
The world’s first smartphone displays with integrated sub-screen front cameras made by the Chinese company Visionox have already entered the mass production stage.
Visionox claims its screens are superior to conventional OLED displays. The proprietary technology that allowed the camera to be embedded under the display surface was called Visionox’s InV see.
The company used new organic and inorganic film materials with a higher degree of transparency. Thanks to this, it was possible to increase the transparency of the screen in the camera area and reduce diffraction.
Visionox’s InV see displays with on-screen cameras rush into smartphones. They have already entered the stage of mass production.
At the time of the appearance of the first prototypes of smartphones with front-screen cameras on screen, experts said that the screen area above the camera is still striking because of the large pixels, and the quality of the pictures will not be the best. Visionox solved this problem, but so far there are no real photos and videos on the Web.
The company only claims that it optimized the pixel layout in a special way. As a result, the necessary area becomes well passable for light when the camera is activated, but at other times the screen above the lens does not stand out from the rest of the display.
It was previously reported that such displays were the first to be ordered by Huawei and Xiaomi.