Samsung, among many other manufacturers, has been trying to develop smartphones that offer almost full-screen experience in the past couple of years. It has tried a variety of notches and hole-based displays, and the best is yet to come. According to the latest reports, Samsung is working on a smartphone with under-display camera sensor. This would allow the company to create a smartphone with a 100% screen-to-body ratio as well. This device is expected to be launched in 2020, as one of the most notable devices in the year, according to what The Elec, a Korean website, has reported.
It’s no surprise that Samsung has been working on a technology that would create an invisible camera hole. In March, the R&D section of Samsung had made clear of such a claim, but there was no news about such a device. Some sources have confirmed that the company has received material that would be used to make the camera punch-hole invisible in the course of time. It must be noted that the screen of the smartphone will have a front-camera cut-out like seen in many Samsung flagship and non-flagship devices at this point. The difference is that cut-out would become invisible at times.
In addition to what the Korean news site has reported, several leakers had shared information about the full screen smartphone that Samsung has been working for a while now. It should be noted that the new device will be neither the Samsung Galaxy S11 or the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. That having said, we can expect this new feature to appear in the Galaxy Fold 2, if and when the company decides to overcomplicate the device. At this point, users have to wait until 2020 to see if Samsung has some amazing screen space to offer to the commons.