Some time ago, the blogger @digitalgossipstation broke the news that cell phone manufacturers seem to be on the verge of a new full-screen exploration, which will introduce a "super micro-hole front camera solution" that will encapsulate the front camera on the bezel.
Now the renders of Sony's new generation flagship phone Xperia 1 V have come to light, with at least four miniature openings at the top, perhaps the so-called "super micro-aperture front camera solution".
In order to further reduce the bezel, Sony is applying the micro-matrix multi-camera synthesis technology already mass-produced by the supply chain, thus achieving the front camera and other sensor functions in a smaller opening.
In addition to the Xperia 1 V, another phone expected to use a related solution is expected to be Google's folding screen product Pixel Fold, a design that may become a new idea in the development of full-screen.
Compared to the under-screen camera technology, the "super micro-hole front camera solution" does not affect the quality of the screen, the imaging experience is also better.
Do the tailors think that the "ultra-microporous foreshortening solution" is feasible?