The Oppos sub-screen camera is real and makes pictures in Shanghai
Probably the best way to remove the slit or pinch from our smartphones is to make the camera invisible. And that promises sub-screen cameras. Several Chinese phone makers are trying to make this a reality, and Oppo is the first to put one in front of MWC Shanghai journalists.
So far, the solution needs a little transparent display and a camera that is personalized to make the least light. This is not the end product, but it is proof that these sub-screen cameras can work ̵
Hollow Knight: Silksong & # 39; is a faster, more elegant extension
Although we still do not know the date of the launch, the sequel to the magnificent Hollow Knight seems almost finished. Matt Smith had to test two action platform demos and can not wait to play anymore.
With the pride parade a few days, a sudden withdrawal is unlikely, and SF Pride said Google will remain a partner in the 2019 parade, adding that Google "has been a careful partner of SF Pride for many years."
Nintendo's SMM2 Switch is more than what made the first title at Mario level so appealing to stage builders and gamers looking for high-level challenges. Now there is a single player mode and even the ability to cope with the challenges of Super Mario 3D World but this is slightly different from the usual 2D level.
Boeing's Starineer Capsule is Successfully dropped even after shutting off two parachutes. This was part of the last and most difficult skill test he had to pass to fly astronauts to the ISS. This success could mean that Starliner's first flight could happen sometime this summer. And if all goes well, astronauts can go into space in Starliner by the end of the year.
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