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Xiaomi showed the first smartphone with a camera under the display of a new generation

by Henry Brown

 

Xiaomi continues to bring the quality of sub-screen cameras to “divine possibilities”. The company made another step in this direction the day before. According to the head of the corporation Lei Jun, the third generation of innovative cameras turned out (quote) “almost perfect”.

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The innovative solution was first shown last fall. Over the past ten months since October, engineers at the Chinese corporation have made two major improvements to the sub-screen cameras.

According to Lei Jun, the difference between the third generation and the first two is a different arrangement of pixels (the passage of light through niches between pixels, and not through the pixels themselves, as it was before). Another improvement is an increase in the number of pixels vertically and horizontally by almost 100%.

In other words, the density of the picture issued by the subscreen camera is comparable to the density of pixels on the main display. Parameters such as brightness and color rendition are also equalized.

As a result, the quality of the image produced by the subscreen camera became comparable to the image quality of a selfie camera.

Visual difference between the first and third generations
Visual difference between the first and third generations

– The applied solution looks “almost perfect”, – emphasized the head of Xiaomi.

The word “almost” mentioned by the top manager gives reason to believe that there is still “room for creativity” and the release of the fourth generation of subscreen cameras is not far off.

The first Xiaomi smartphone with a third-generation subscreen camera will probably be Mi 11. More details about this device are in our publication.

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