OPPO has unveiled its groundbreaking technology, the Under-Screen Camera (USC) at MWC Shanghai 2019, which provides users with an immersive “real full screen” experience.
USC is OPPO’s latest innovation in new-generation smartphone form factor. By integrating the front camera and the screen, USC provides users with a complete view, immersive screen and integrated body. It also enables users to see and capture the entire screen, take photos, use face unlock and make video calls.
As OPPO’s latest under-screen display solution, USC features a customized camera module that captures more light. Zoning control is employed on the screen, together with “highly-transparent” material, which enhances transmittance of light through the screen.
Through OPPO’s customized algorithm, haze removal algorithm and white balance algorithm, USC can enable a complete photography experience and support features such as smart beauty mode and photo filters in the future.
“We are proud to be at the forefront of smartphone technology innovations. Our new Under-Screen Camera will deliver exciting and advanced immersive experiences,” said Kevin Cho, Managing Director at OPPO New Zealand. “This latest development is an example of how we continue to push the boundaries of smartphone capabilities. We look forward to placing this technology directly into the hands of our users.”
OPPO explores 5G and IoT smart home application scenarios and embraces a new era of intelligent connectivity
In addition to debuting its innovative technologies, OPPO also exhibited its latest achievements in 5G and IoT – OPPO Reno 5G can load large-scale mobile games in the cloud via a 5G network, enabling users to enjoy 5G cloud gaming. In the IoT Smart Home Zone, OPPO featured its IoT open platform, which is compatible with products across more than 20 categories, including more than 260 devices from a variety of brands.