Vivo Unveils World's First Working In-Display Fingerprint Sensor!

Vivo Unveils World's First Working In-Display Fingerprint Sensor!

Vivo Unveils World's First Working In-Display Fingerprint Sensor!

This technology will only work for phones that use OLED displays because the sensor looks through the spaces between subpixels from under the panel.

However, maybe you prefer fingerprint sensor over even a state-of-the-art face unlocking like Face ID, and you definitely want it in the front because you need to unlock the phone a billion times a day while it's laying on the desk, and you still want a huge display that takes up almost all the room from the front face of the phone.

Synaptics to ship in-display fingerprint sensors with Vivo smartphones

Now we just have to see how numerous major players in the smartphone space are willing to give a few tenths to get perhaps a more aesthetically pleasing device. UBI Research predicted that bezel-less displays will grow in market share from 20% in 2017 to over 50% by 2020.

Alex Feng, Senior VP in Vivo has told in a press release that this new Vivo smartphone is ready for mass production and it will be announced in early 2018. But sadly none of the big smartphone manufacturers were able to implement this feature in their flagship phones. A graphical UI will show up on Vivo's smartphone screen in any scenario that fingerprint recognition is required, such as when the screen is off, during software unlocking, or even mobile payment authentication. This 6-inch phone has the minimal bezels of something like the OnePlus 5T, but it also happens to unlock when I put my finger at the bottom of its screen. "We are very excited to make it available to consumers soon".

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Following a teaser this week, Vivo at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) unveiled the world's first smartphone to sport an in-display fingerprint sensor provided by Synaptics.

"Synaptics' Clear ID fingerprint sensors are faster, more convenient, and more secure than alternative biometrics, and this optical technology represents a major innovation shift and opportunity for the smartphone market", Barber added. You can find out more details about this new technology over at Vivo at the link below.

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Full-screen displays are set to deliver a more immersive user experience for consumers as various interactions will be integrated and consolidated on the display.

At CES here, a Chinese vendor is showing off a smartphone built with a fingerprint reader that's hidden behind the display.

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Synaptics is using under-display CMOS image sensor that is significantly faster than iPhone X 3D facial recognition.

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