The Ice Universe leak claims that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3's under-screen camera will not be of poor quality. But efforts should be made for optimal results.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3: Reveals the characteristics of the selfie camera

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will indeed be equipped with a front camera under the screen. The key is to know if this one can take a good shot or below the conventional camera's performance.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, an under-screen camera not that bad?

According to several leaks Samsung's next foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will indeed have an under-screen selfie camera. Therefore, Samsung is opting for a technology that is still little used and should become more democratic in the years to follow. However, some questions remain about the performance of the under-screen camera.

This is a point that was clarified by the Ice Universe leaker. The latter claims that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3's under-screen camera uses AI algorithms to enhance images. According to him, the quality of the picture "is not bad". On the other hand, he confirms that the camera still does not reach the level of conventional selfie cameras, but according to him, it will be among the best of the smartphones to come that will use the same technology.

A technology not quite mastered by Samsung

Android Police reporter Max Weinbach said earlier this year that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3's camera would be good. This technology to bring the front camera under the screen will not be used for the first time.

Although mostly left out for an apparent on-screen camera, the ZTE company had previously used this technology on its ZTE Axon 20 smartphone. However, the selfie camera did not leave a good memory.

Indeed, the selfies taken with the ZTE device all showed a sort of veil, resembling a filter, in the photo. The photos left the impression that the camera lens was stained. Samsung will therefore have to avoid this undesirable effect seen on the first device with an under-screen selfie camera.

However, this is not the only issue for this sub-screen camera. Indeed, the other big challenge will be dealing with mixed lighting or low light situations. The screen above the camera does not allow a large amount of light to reach the sensor. This is arguably the hardest area for smartphone makers to improve. Regarding the release date of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, we should find out more on August 11 at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event.

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