For the first time it will so happen that you will hold a smartphone in hand which camera will be invisible. The Smartphone is about to get launched by China’s first Smartphone manufacturing company Xiaomi. Till date, you have only put your hands on Smartphones that have in-display fingerprint sensors. But for the first time it will so happen that you will have a handset with in-display camera sensor.
Reports convey that Xiaomi is promptly working on this upcoming device, even its production is said to have been started. Experts have absolute faith on Xiaomi’s technology, but still wonder how the company will be able to manage the pixel density within the display. But Xiami claims that it has already found a solution to this issue. The company has taken to its blogs to reveal this information.
Xioami has self-managed the pixels for the in-display camera technology. The company claims that users would get light from the sub-pixel gap area. The company also claims that the pixels can be easily doubled using compacting technology.
Worth mentioning here that Xiaomi is planning to launch its new Smartphone Redmi 9A in India this September. Redmi 9A is the upgraded version of Redmi 8A, but there is no information on the features of this Smartphone. Xiaomi is planning a virtual event at 12pm in September for launching of its new device.
The company has launched a micro blog on which it has informed about few features of the handset. The first sale of Redmi 9A will be in September and its beginning price will be somewhat around INR 7000. The Redmi 9A will run on the Android 10 MIUI 11 OS and will boast a big 6.5 inch HD Plus display with watedrop technology.
Further, the handset will be powered by the MediaTek’s Octacore Helio G25 processor and will get 3GB of RAM with 32GB built-in storage. Talking about the camera, the Redmi 9A will have a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The rear camera will support flash light and will get 5000mAh battery which supports 10 Watt fast charging.