Chinese company ZTE unveiled the 3D face recognition system under the screen for the first time at the Shanghai MWC event. This system allows 3D face recognition by increasing the pixel density of the projector.
The Shanghai MWC event will be held from February 23 to 25. Also, many mobile companies are introducing their new products for the first time at this event. During the event, ZTE introduced a new version of the camera technology under its display. This technology can be used for phone payments, 3D modeling, augmented reality, security and other applications To be used.
One of the problems with the camera technology under the screen is that the light has to pass through the gaps between the phone screen to reach the camera sensors. ZTE has increased the pixel density of the sub-screen projector tenfold to compensate for the dim light. Also, to make that part of the screen look even with the rest of the screen, the pixel density of the part on the camera has been increased from 200ppi to 400ppi, and the refresh rate of the display panel has been increased to 120 Hz.
ZTE is reportedly working with Shenzhen-based Guangjian Technology to develop the technology. According to the company, verifying payment by phone in this 3D face recognition system is sufficiently secure. The system will also support 3D modeling, augmented reality selfies and other capabilities.
It has not yet been announced when the technology will be available, but it is rumored that it will be used in the Axon 30 Pro. This technology may not be at its best right now, but it could pave the way for other phones to use it. Samsung also recently announced the production of sub-camera technology, which seems to be a new phone with this technology.