The possible design of the Galaxy S23 shows a display without a notch

The possible design of the Galaxy S23 shows a display without a notch

The possible design of the Galaxy S23 shows a display without a notch

If Samsung uses an under-display selfie camera (UDC) in the Galaxy S23, what will this product look like? IceUniverse, which is one of the well-known technology news uploaders, has published images on its Twitter account that can give an overview of the front view of the Samsung Galaxy S23. Although the cutout of the selfie camera in the current generation of smartphones does not disturb the user while working, using a full-screen display without a notch will bring us to a new level of design in the smartphone market.

according to PhoneArena, Galaxy S23 first

Samsung has already replaced the optical fingerprint sensor with the ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor in its flagship phones. As always, when a new technology like an under-display camera is used in a device, the costs of parts and research and development will be very high, which will improve over time and we will gradually see the mentioned technology being used in cheaper phones. /p>

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Remember that Samsung is not the first company to use the underdisplay camera. Some Chinese companies like ZTE have already used this technology. For example, the ZTE Axon 20 5G was the first smartphone to be introduced in September 2020 with an under-display camera. This company introduced the Axon 30 5G phone with a sub-display camera some time later.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 also uses a sub-display camera. Now, if Samsung decides to use this technology in the Galaxy S23, its display will be similar to the image shared by IceUniverse.

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