The journey to achieving an all-screen smartphone has been an interesting one. First, there were slimmer bezels, then came notches, which got reduced further. We then say front cameras being relocated in clever ways by manufacturers. These included pop-up cameras, cameras that slide up from the top of the phones. We also saw sliding phones, phones that slid the screen down to reveal front cameras. Then came hole-punch screens, screens that have a camera embedded in them on a cut-out. Safe to say, we’ve almost reached that point of having a phone that’s all-screen at the front. It won’t be too long before we see a smartphone launch with a screen which has a camera that’s underneath the display, removing the need to have workarounds.