Samsung Display promises thinner laptop bezels with unproven under-screen webcams

Ruben Fields
January 16, 2021

Samsung mentions "Blade Bezel" in the video, but it's unclear whether that label is attributable to the laptop or the display. The video highlights how the new OLEDs could change things for good.

Immediately after ZTE, Samsung was rumored to develop into the next organization that is operating in direction of creating an underneath-display screen digital camera phone. However, Samsung Display's new under-display tech isn't meant for use in smartphones.

For now, the laptop is being hidden behind the scenes because what Samsung has done is a teaser, a promotional video of what's coming and in this video. Not much is known about the camera (or even the laptop) but what can certainly be said is that the tech definitely does its job in increasing the screen-to-body ratio.

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As can be seen in the video above, Samsung's under-display camera technology will make it possible for notebooks to have almost bezel-free screens with a screen-to-body ratio of 93%.

The Blade Bezel features an OLED display developed by Samsung Display. While the existing OLED panels are about 2.1mm thick, Samsung's next-gen OLED panels measure just one millimeter in thickness. The thickness of the display (and not the device) is only 1mm and weighs just 130 grams (again, this is the weight of the display and not the laptop).

While all eyes are set on the Galaxy S21 announcement scheduled for later today, Samsung Display posted a teaser for an upcoming laptop with an OLED display that will also sport an under-display camera.

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