Oppo patents phone with sub-screen camera, rear display
Kaka, Dec 19 2021But the ud camera is better in privacy than the camera in the bezelNo because :
1: You can EASILY cover the camera in the bezel, in fact this is commonly done:
2: You can see the camera in the bezel, constantly remind you of its presence, while the sub-screen, being hidden gives a false sense of privacy because you quickly forget that it is there, and like a false sense a security, a false sense of privacy is dangerous
3: There are many totally false myths about SVP and selfie camera that make matters worse, the main one is that “he can’t see if the screen is on”, “there is a badge / notification icon when the camera is in use “,” applications cannot bypass permissions “, this is all totally wrong.
companies need to overhaul pop-up front camera, this was the best implementation
cross, Dec. 17 2021Front camera is always needed for video callYes
Demongornot, Dec. 17 2021It is useful when it helps to get rid of said front camera, which is always an obstacle, if I … moreBut the ud camera is better in privacy than the camera in the bezel
Kaka, Dec 18 2021Don’t worry mate i’m with youThanks, much appreciated!
Demongornot, Dec. 2021One thing is for sure, this kind of BS is the typical thing said by anonymous users. It is rare to f … moreDon’t worry buddy i’m with you
I will actively avoid the under-screen camera on my next phone. One of the reasons I chose Xperia 5.2 for my current phone is because the camera is in the frame, where it’s easy to cover it with a sticker. The camera under the screen is a privacy nightmare.
The display on the back is a welcome change though, and for a long time imo (why should I have to put my phone on its back to receive notifications, especially since many camera modules are asymmetrical and do wobble the phone when it is on its back)
Anonymous, Dec 18 2021 the front camera is the most important part of a phone. Confidentiality is not a reason to get rid of it because a … more1: Since when? This is the biggest BS I’ve ever read on the front camera, and I’ve read a lot.
The phone works perfectly without the front camera, and that’s part of the reason that concepts like the Mi Mix Alpha were so popular, and despite what haters like to say, smartphones with pop-up front cameras were also very popular. popular.
2: Yeah, another BS, there are LOTS of apps that don’t trigger any notifications when the front camera is in use, from the camera app itself to most social apps.
There are also many apps that bypass permissions, in fact this is yet another thing that makes the sub display camera dangerous, all of these myths completely wrong.
3: Because you have no idea what privacy is.
Funny how it’s always someone hiding in an anonymous account who says that kind of BS.
Privacy can be about a lot of things, from preventing you from being blackmailed to literally preventing the government from targeting ethnic minorities, and those two things relate directly to the front camera.
Not having privacy means that when you post I know your name, age, date and place of birth, job and annual salary, what other things you said, even what adult video you watch, what you write to your crush, where you are now.
And we’re getting there slowly but surely, skeptical idiots like you will be the first to regret.
Confidentiality is a known and legitimate way to prevent a government from turning into a dictatorship, and NO your country is not immune, if it could, it would.
This is also what protects whistleblowers, who are people putting themselves at risk, so some important truths may be known, such as a dangerous substance found in your favorite snack, or your mother’s favorite scent being highly carcinogenic. .
So, yes, this is all MUCH MORE important than the selfish camera, which as I explained has better alternatives.
Anonymous, Dec 18 2021Not much it’s youOne thing is for sure, this kind of BS is the typical thing said by anonymous users.
It’s rare to find a chat on the video call without at least one person saying they don’t care.
In fact, in real life, not the internet which is full of people already on social media, most I spoke to said they didn’t like video calling.
And as due to covid video calling has become a forced standard, dummy cameras have never been more popular.
But yes, “just me”.
Anonymous, Dec 18 2021The under-screen camera gives you privacy as it sits below the screen. because it is impossible for the camera … moreThis is a big lie, the camera under the screen is totally able to see you when the screen is on, this is actually one of the indirect things that make the camera under the screen more life threatening. private, as many would think it is safe.
Granted, it won’t give you the best quality, but we’re talking about data collection here, not having a pic for instagram, it will always be better than a lot of security camera footage.
Demongornot, Dec. 17 2021Congratulations, you just described making a video call on a smartphone in general. Video call on … moreThe under-screen camera gives you privacy as it sits below the screen. because it is impossible for the camera and the screen to light up at the same time
Demongornot, Dec. 17 2021It is useful when it helps to get rid of said front camera, which is always an obstacle, if I … more the front camera is the most important part of a phone. Privacy is not a reason to get rid of it because Android notifies you when the camera is on in the background.
Demongornot, Dec. 17 2021Congratulations, you just described making a video call on a smartphone in general. Video call on … moreNot much it’s you
Anonymous, Dec. 17 2021A rearview mirror is also a bit unnecessary as all phones now have a front camera which can act as … moreIt is useful when it gets rid of said front camera which is always a hindrance, if not in the sense of design or notification icons, it is in the sense of privacy.
Anonymous, Dec. 17 2021why would that be a good idea? imagine taking a video call with just that small screen …Congratulations, you just described making a video call on a smartphone in general.
Video calls on tablets and laptops make sense, even more so on desktop, but on smartphones it is pointless.
The point here is to get rid of the annoying front camera, and many don’t bother with video calls and would happily buy a phone that would require you to make video calls through a small screen.
So if you want to make video calls on a smartphone, obviously this concept (no front camera + display on the back) is not for you.
Plus, having such a small screen is silly to begin with, phones like the Vivo Nex Dual Display:
And the Nubia Z20:
Both have a large screen on the back, although it may be “too big”.
The perfect middle ground is what you’ll find on the Motorola Razr:
You clearly don’t need to see someone in a 20: 9, 4: 3 aspect ratio like here is actually more than enough, unless you want to talk to Marge Simpson.
This way you still have plenty of room for wireless charging and NFC on the back.
Of course, that means a lousy stove camera design, but rather a throwback to the better S10 camera layout, which was much better anyway:
And that inspired the even better design of the Meizu 17 and 17 Pro cameras:
This is why it is a good idea.
They must be laughing at themselves
Anonymous, Dec. 17 2021No one wants to see what you’re doing when they can steal your passwords and sell them on dawkweb. Yes, that’s exactly the kind of BS you say when you don’t know what he’s talking about.
The Camera is a well-known privacy leak vector that can be used in a variety of ways, including tracking individuals including those in the background (not the owner / user of the phone):
You would think people like you would have learned a lesson from what ClearView AI taught, but no, that takes too much intelligence …
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Anonymous, Dec. 17 2021No one wants to see what you’re doing when they can steal your passwords and sell them on dawkweb. what?