Oppo Unveils World First Device With Under-Screen Selfie Camera And MeshTalk Tech At MWC Shanghai 2019 - TECH FOE

Oppo Unveils World First Device With Under-Screen Selfie Camera And MeshTalk Tech At MWC Shanghai 2019



Oppo on Wednesday launched the worlds first smartphone with an Under-Screen Camera (USC) technology at MWC Shanghai 2019, aimed to offer Oppo users a "real full-screen experience".

The Chinese company some days ago, teased users on Weibo ahead of the launch at this years MWC Shanghai 2019. At the event, Oppo showcased a prototype demonstrating how the technology works.

Oppo said that the new technology which it claim offers "complete photography experience", works with a customized camera module that sits under an enhanced translucent panel material to capture selfies, use Face unlock, and make videos calls from the display panel.


The camera module is said to capture more light using a zoning control feature along with a highly transparent material, so as to enable the transmittance of light through the screen. Oppo uses algorithms such as haze removal, HDR, and white balance to address image quality issues that occur on the under-display camera sensor.

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"From the water-drop screen to pivot structure, to USC technology announced today, Oppo has been exploring the best balance between 'thin and light' and 'full screen," Oppos Product manager Qiao Jiadong said. "Oppo hopes to provide users with the ultimate 'true full screen' through the USc technology."

Oppo said that it also planned to bring features such as smart beauty mode and photo filters to the new technology in the feature.

Apart from the USC technology launched by Oppo, the Chinese company also unveiled its MeshTalk technology which it said enables communication without using any cellular networks and Wi-Fi within three kilometres.

The proprietary decentralised communications technology is said to enable the transmission of texts, voice messages, ans real time voice calls between oppo devices. It also allows multiple devices to create ad hoc local area network (LAN) and enable group chats as well as expand communication range via a signal relay.

For now, there isn't any fixed date on when USC and MeshTalk will hit the markets. Also, isn't clear whether Oppo will open its new tech for developers to build new apps and expand their use.

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