Samsung Is Rumored To Have An In-Screen Camera For Next Flagship Device

Constant innovation and being the ‘first to do it’ have been the name of the game for the smartphone industry and that is specifically true even on this ongoing global pandemic of the Coronavirus that is.

The latest Samsung flagship smartphone, Galaxy S20 series are not yet on its first month in the market but the company is being linked to another feature that they might be the first one to ever done it.

In a tweet sent by a Twitter technology leaker Ice universe (@UniverseIce), the Korean technology mogul is contemplating to build a device that has an in-screen camera.

Although its competitors Oppo and Xiaomi has previously unveiled some prototypes of the said feature, Samsung is looking to make that into reality soon on their next flagship device, either the Samsung Galaxy S30 or the Samsing Galaxy 21.

With this type of camera being installed in a smartphone device, a punch hole camera for the front of the device will help Samsung play with the display.

Other new features rumored to be in Samsung’s next flagship device are the latest Android version of 11, next-gen Exynos processor and a powerful 150 mega pixel rear camera.