On August 28, Xiaomi officially launched the third-generation under-screen camera technology, which brought excellent display and selfie effects. It is worth noting that Xiaomi also announced that the third-generation off-screen camera phone will be officially mass-produced next year.
According to reports, Xiaomi’s third-generation off-screen camera technology uses a new self-developed pixel arrangement, allowing the screen to pass light through the sub-pixel gap area, so that each unit pixel can still retain a complete RGB sub-pixel display without sacrificing pixel density . Such a design can well reduce the grid effect brought by the traditional under-screen camera solution, and make the whole screen integrated. Thanks to this technology, the self-portrait effect of the under-screen camera will be greatly improved. Judging from the official self-portrait photos, there is no significant difference from the normal front-facing camera.
So what is the actual effect of Xiaomi’s third-generation off-screen camera technology? In the morning, the MIUI WeChat public account announced the real-device demonstration of this technology. It is indeed the same as the official introduction. The front is like a whole screen, bringing a complete screen view. The display effect is compared with the perforated screen solution on the side. Set a verdict on top of one another.
So when will mobile phones equipped with this technology be available? It is reported that Xiaomi will most likely release a new under-screen camera in the first quarter of next year.