Google is reportedly working on a Pixel 7 with an under-display selfie camera, according to patents spotted by LetsGoDigital. The patent was filed by Google with the USPTO (United States Patent Trademark Office) on August 31, 2021, and published on December 16. The patent was for under-display camera technology. While the actuality of a patent doesn't guarantee perpetration, there's a strong possibility that this tech could make its way to the coming Google Pixel.
As per the attestation, the company is trying to produce a larger space under the screen without adding the phone size. The selfie camera would most probably be housed under the frontal panel, analogous to bias similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 3, as well as a forthcoming under-display technology for Oppo flagship bias.
Utmost phones are equipped with either punch hole camera cut-outs or notched displays. Both have their own set of pros and cons. One of the downsides of notched cameras, as in the iPhone 13, is their obtrusiveness and the way they reduce the active display area.
The6.1- inch iPhone 13, for illustration, has an active area that’s further than5.8 elevation once the notch is taken into account. Under-display cameras allow the full area of the screen to be employed, a definite pro. At the same time, the quality of under-display cameras has been further than a little underwhelming, as we noted in our Galaxy Z Fold 3 review. Google has been enough good at making the stylish out of poor camera tackle in the history, so it’d be intriguing to see how a Tensor-backed coming-word under-display camera would fare.
The last Pixel flagships, the Google Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro were launched in October 2021 to substantially positive reviews. The cameras were largely praised, with the charging pets and life being one of the rare enterprises. Google is reportedly following this up with a Pixel 6a while preparing a Tensor 2 processor for its 2022 flagship.