Google Pixel 6 May Come With Under-Display Camera Technology

We haven’t heard much about the Google Pixel 6 yet, that’s understandable given that the Google Pixel 5 is still pretty new, and we’ll probably be waiting a while until we hear something concrete. Today, Slashleaks has published images from a patent registered by Google.

In the image, we see a potential Google Pixel 6 smartphone with a sub-screen camera. The source that published the photos has a 100% probability of leaks on Slashleaks.

The description of the patent clearly states that the future smartphone has no cutouts and holes for the front camera, which is located below the surface of the screen. The image on the right also shows the front panel and the location of the main camera. Its shape will remain unchanged. The camera will likely include two image sensors and an LED flash.

According to analysts, next year many manufacturers will release smartphones that will use the technology of the third generation subscreen camera. The presentation of the Google Pixel 6 is expected in the fall of 2021.

It turns out that in 2021, we will be talking about under-screen camera phones. This year, Chinese smartphone giant ZTE launched its own under-display camera smartphone model. Xiaomi and Oppo even introduced prototypes of their under-display camera phones.

However, one of the foldable smartphones that Samsung will introduce in 2021 is considered to have under-screen camera technology. And when Huawei enters into your business, the veterans of the technology world will be hosting this technology.

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