The well-known tipster Digital Chat Station claims that the Chinese tech giants Huawei, ZTE, and BOE are working together to develop the greatest foldable OLED screen with an under-display camera. This information comes from a well-known source.
The upcoming foldable Mate X4 smartphone from Huawei is expected to be the first device that may be able to take advantage of the innovative display technology.
Even though Samsung’s Galaxy Fold4 was the first foldable smartphone to feature the aforementioned screen technology, Huawei’s Mate X4 will not be the first foldable smartphone to feature an under-screen selfie camera. However, the performance of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold4 was far from ideal.
The front-facing camera for taking selfies is quite stealthy, but unfortunately, the picture quality is really poor. In any case, Huawei, ZTE, and BOE are confident that they have found a solution to the problem.
The new so-called “Q8” OLED panel is reported to finally solve the camera quality difficulties, mainly thanks to ZTE’s knowledge in the sector, and BOE’s heritage in the production of displays. Both companies are known for their work in the display industry.
After all, ZTE’s Axon series was the first to introduce the under-display camera technology a few years ago, and the technology has seen significant development in the series’ most recent iterations. According to rumors, the new display would have a resolution of 2480 pixels by 1116 pixels and utilize high-frequency PWM dimming at 1,440 hertz.