Google Pixel 6 patent suggests an under-display selfie camera
Pixel 6, the successor of Pixel 5 has tipped to get an under-display selfie camera. Patently Apple, a blog focused on the hottest patents from the manufacturers, discovered a new patent showing a new Pixel design with no camera cut-out for the front-facing camera.
However, the patent document doesn’t mention an under-display selfie camera. But, the patent shows an all-screen phone with no camera hole. The patent D903, 618 for an electronic device shows an absence of a camera cut-out on the display.
The above image shows the patent D903, 618 with one image of the Pixel 5 for comparison. The first image of that patent shows an all-screen display without camera cut-outs and with a front-facing microphone cut-out. Also, the second image shows the backside of the phone with no cut-out for the Fingerprint scanner.
The above images convey that the next Pixel could have an under-display camera as-well-as an under-display fingerprint scanner. Also, according to some reports, other smartphone makers are working on under-display camera technology. And now, Google joined them.