Oppo just unveiled their new “Oppo third-Gen UDC” along with the hands-on video. It looks really great compared to anything on the market today. Let’s see what this is all about.
Oppo Third-Gen UDC
Oppo officially shared the pictures and videos of their Third Generation Under Display Camera, and it looks really great compared to others. This time the display quality or the refresh rate is not compromised and the picture quality is also better.
The problems with First-Gen UDC
The good and permanent solution of the notches and a true full display is an Under Display Camera. The first generation of the cameras/displays didn’t look soo good. The part of the display over the camera looked like a patch in the screen, it was easily visible with direct lighting. The display and picture quality had to be compromised.
Now the Third-Gen by Oppo seems to solve most if not all of the problems. The screen doesn’t look patchy and the portion above the front camera almost seems invisible. The quality of display can be the highest quality as well as the refresh rate doesn’t get affected. One more problem regarding the picture quality also seems to have an upgrade as the sensor gets more light, in order to solve the problem of insufficient light, OPPO uses white balance, HDR, and AI defogging to ensure the picture quality to the greatest extent.
How the display has improved
Whether it is to stop the screen or to light the screen, the display area above the camera maintains the same display level as other areas of the screen. When displaying text and video, the text and image texture details are displayed accurately.
If we compare it with the prototype equipped with the previous generation of under-screen cameras, we will find that this upgrade is very obvious. In the above image, you can see the difference.
How the image quality has improved
The third generation is closer to the image quality of the ordinary front camera than the previous ones. This is mainly due to OPPO’s self-developed, AWB, HDR and other AI algorithms. In addition, Oppo has involved machine learning so that AI can learn and apply the effects as necessary.
To increase the clarity of the camera, OPPO has slightly reduced the pixel volume without reducing the number of pixels. The traditional screen wiring was changed to transparent wiring, and the width was reduced by 50%.
So, what do you think about Oppo third-gen UDC? Share your opinions in the comments below.