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Samsung is introducing the infinite display blade bezel for PCs

Samsung Display has provided its first screen with a camera to completely remove the bottom edges of the panel. While all eyes are on the world of smartphones, eventually the manufacturer will be the first to use its technology on the PC.

The first smartphone was expected from Samsung with a camera mounted under the screen. Ultimately, laptops benefit first. Samsung Display features this technology as its next revolutionary OLED panel.

The manufacturer has just released a new screen for laptops on its Weibo page: Samsung Blade Bezel. It promises interesting innovations, The most iconic of these is UBC, Abbreviation we will often see in the future Under the panel camera (Camera under the screen). This will significantly improve the design of the laptops, which will completely eliminate the edges of the screen. It is at this point that Samsung has built a lot of bets with its blade bezel. The manufacturer claims that the front screen ratio is 93%, which is huge. Such a ratio is not new in the world of laptops, as Asus ZenBooks make up more than 90% (but with a classic IPS LCD screen).

Thinner, lighter

Blade bezel offers other definite benefits to builders who use it. For example, Its thickness is 1 mm. Its weight is 130 grams (size not specified). A strong argument for brands that want to offer ultra-thin and ultra-light PCs.

This new screen matches the new dynamic Samsung Display: Democratizes OLED in the world of portable PCs. Laptops with this type of panel are more common among the minority. Builders Still prefer IPS panels, Less is better, but much cheaper. Things may change soon with these announcements.

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The Samsung Blade bezel will not be the first display Of a camera under its slap. ZTE Introduces Action 20 5G, Fitted with this technology. However, the first return is not insignificant, which indicates a very bad photo sensor. But he deserves to be first. However, it would be nice to see the front cameras gradually disappear from our PCs and phones.