Since the appearance of the first notches on smartphone screens, manufacturers have been constantly looking for new solutions to increasingly increase the frontal use of their devices. One of the solutions discussed would be the implementation of the camera under the display, but this obviously implies challenges, which seem to be slowly being overcome.
Leaks have already shown patents from Xiaomi and LG with camera technology under the front panel, indicating that we would soon see the launch of Asian smartphones with futuristic looks. But according to new rumors, Huawei will be the first company to adopt the novelty. The information emerged yesterday, in a comment made by a leaker on the Chinese social network Weibo, in which users discussed the feature.
The report is forced by previous rumors that indicated that the mass production of camera technology under the screen would start during the second half of the year, which would coincide with the arrival of the Mate 40 line.
In addition, this would not be the only feature to debut on branded cell phones, as a patent filed by Huawei indicates that the Chinese company would be the first to use the Liquid Lens feature, which would allow changes in the focus of cameras in a matter of milliseconds .
It is worth remembering that, in an interview with TudoCelular, the company confirmed that it has ambitious plans for Brazil, and intends to bring new smartphones, notebooks and 5G routers to the country. The latest product to debut here was the Huawei Nova 5T, which has even received an update for Android 10.