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Over the last couple of years, we saw the birth of the pop-up selfie camera and the punch-hole design, but it seems that the all-screen phone remains elusive for the general public. Sure, Oppo showed a working prototype of a phone with an under-display selfie camera, and LG filed a similar patient afterward, but there are no plans for a mass-produced phone of such sort yet.

Things might change soon if the rumor shared by Ice Universe turns out to be true. The famous Hong Kong-based leakers posted a mysterious message on Twitter, stating that Samsung is allegedly considering an under-display camera in the Galaxy S21, where we assume he’s referring to the next Samsung S-series flagship phone. There are no sources mentioned but according to the tweet, the Korean company is evaluating the technology and the Galaxy S21 might be the first device to incorporate it.
  
It’s needless to say that this information should be taken with a grain of salt; actually, make that a bucket. We’ll have to at least wait for the rumor mill to produce more material on the matter, before metaphorically (**bleep** you, coronavirus) lining up in front of Samsung’s stores.
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I heard that too. Looking forward to this. it'll quite interesting to see a game changer step for the front camera technology 👌
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Hi please sign the petition for Note 9 amd S 9 series for One UI 2.1


https://www.change.org/p/change-org-to-get-what-we-deserve
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