Xiaomi and Oppo advance with cameras inside the screen, will this be the next big evolution?

Xiaomi and Oppo advance with cameras inside the screen, will this be the next big evolution?

That the market has imposed the ‘notch’ and we had to eat with potatoes does not mean that the notch in the upper frame has convinced anyone as a long-term solution to integrate the components in the front, breaking symmetries and creating equal parts detractors frenzied and users who take it “as a lesser evil” , without too many confessed confessors around the world.

The manufacturers know and perhaps why many are looking for solutions, such as Oppo and Xiaomi that have leaked concepts of their future Oppo R19 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 letting glimpse a camera integrated into the screen that already begins to like us a little more, with a hole of the right size that also hinders the right thing, and that we forgive for

In these two concepts there are no notches as such, but a black circle centered around the screen, which although it also breaks the symmetry does not bother either the view or the experience with the operating system . In this case, you do not have to adapt as much or move notification bars too wide as it happens with the eyebrows that we know.

Xiaomi and Oppo advance with cameras inside the screen, will this be the next big evolution?

The Oppo R19 should arrive in March next year , just after the Mobile World Congress 2019, with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen and Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset with versions of up to 6 or 8 GB of RAM.

In the case of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 , the truth is that in previous leaks

Anyway, the truth is that this design with a circular hole that occupies just enough for the camera seems a better approach to an optimized front than the use of ‘notch’ , although certainly we still have a small part of the panel disabled and breaking symmetries … And you, do you prefer a design like this or the moving parts with automatic motor of the

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