The trend of punch one display for the front camera started from the end of 2019, and almost every mobile company is now implementing this for making smartphone slim and compact. The punch hole depends upon the phone to be placed at the top left corner, top right corner, or center of the display. Other distinctions will be the size of the hole with a single camera, while others will have dual cameras.
Today, an unidentified phone surfaced online with a dual punch-hole camera. Although it is not the very first phone to introduce a dual punch-hole camera for selfie, but the configuration is definitely unique.
Arun Maini a.k.a. Mrwhosetheboss, a tech YouTuber, shared the photo of the unidentified phone with first in the world with a 44MP dual punch hole front camera.
So far, 32MP is the highest front camera we have seen, but from the recent leak, the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G may have a 40MP front camera. This seems like the unknown phone may beat Samsung’s upcoming smartphone in terms of front camera.
The manufacturer and the design of the phone are unidentified; therefore, likewise is the camera sensing unit, which is most likely custom-made for the device. It is very important to point out that Samsung did reveal a 43.7 MP sensing unit in 2015 called the ISOCELL Slim GH1. This is the closest sensing unit we can consider.
According to the image, the display of the device is flat with a considerable bezel all around.
The YouTuber didn’t share the company name. So its quite difficult to guess the phone.
If You can identify the company name, do share your guesses in the comment section below.