Samsung's Perfect Full Screen Galaxy Phones To Incorporate Under-Display Selfie Cameras

Donna Miller
March 16, 2019

This fully edge-to-edge display wouldn't have a notch, bezel or even a punch-hole - but it's still a way off.

Instead, the Samsung Galaxy A2 Core featuring the model number SM-A260 is more of a direct successor to the Galaxy J2 Core released a year ago.

Hiding a camera behind a display may sound like an impossible feat, but we've already started to see phones appear with an invisible fingerprint scanner installed behind the screen, so why not a camera, too?

We're already pretty spoilt in terms of screen-to-body ratios: the S10 is over 93% screen, and upcoming phones like Huawei's odd square-screen handset have just one tiny sensor dimple on the front display.

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So we could be seeing full-screen without any physical camera and sensors in the next Galaxy S11 or SXI, SXII or whatever it is Samsung would be naming it's next generation Galaxy S smartphone line.

However, the executive also admitted that this technology will not be available for at least 2 more years.

Samsung has proven in the past that it's capable of releasing ambitious phone designs. But in the long term, the company aims to create a phone with a "perfect full-screen" by embedding the cameras and sensors underneath the display, according to Korean news outlet Yonhap News Agency.

Samsung is also considering developing an OLED display technology that allows the screen to double as a speaker, thus potentially eliminating the need for an earpiece cutout. However, as Samsung said, placing camera sensors beneath the display is a little tricky and the company will need more time to ideal its design and engineering process.

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