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The future of the mobile market has come to CES thanks to new technology Synaptics, which has enabled Chinese company, Vivo, to place a fingerprint sensor beneath its phone’s display. Read more: https://www.technobuffalo.com/2018/01/11/what-its-like-to-use-a-smartphone-with-an-in-display-fingerprint-sensor/
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LOL people talking about how this is so innovative.
It's literally the most logical next step.
"Oh wow now they're putting fingerprint sensors IN the screen itself! What a revelation! Such creativity!" Please.
I'm really looking forward to seeing a phone with one of these.
I'm not a fan of Apple's haptic feedback on the iPhone 7/8 and have stuck with my 6s Plus because of that..neither am I a fan of having to pick up a phone to use a fingerprint sensor on the back, nor Apple's face recognition 3 step process to slowly unlocking a phone..
In my case, fingerprint scanners would fail in about 50% of times because my fingers are always kind of sweaty. That’s why I like FaceID. Nonetheless, this is a great advancement.
Personally, what we maybe need more is advancement in battery since batteries are just getting bigger but no real improvement.
While it's good to see that someone has figured out how to do this, I'd imagine it won't be till sometime next year or even 2020 before major companies such as Apple even attempt to implement this into their phones.....But good that least the tech is now on it's way..... Didn't mind the look of the VIVO phone as well, If only the iPhone X looked like that least on the front instead of having that ugly notch.....
It’s cool but how functional is it?just to unlock the phone?thats the problem people just into the hype. That’s the reason Apple didn’t push it yet coz it’s hard to integrate that thru apps and other services. But again just for the idea that their first to show it it works. Vivo is the first now.
Can someone explain why do we want a fingerprint on the front of the screen.. Havent we figured out a well placed one on the back works so much better... Easier to access and just works... This stinks of calling something "revolutionary" just cause we are running out of ideas
To me the regular Pixel 2 is the perfect fit. The lack of the headphone jack does bother me a bit, but it's something I can find a solution to. Also, I chose the Pixel series cuz of the quick updates. I'm not of a heavy user mainly just texting, watching videos and web browsing.
For those who are saying that this underdisplat is slow. Well, even if it's slow vivo did which apple and Samsung didn't come up with. So appreciate them for this new tech and speed can increase with accuracy and efficiency.
FaceiD is better. Touch iD under the screen is not really exciting to me as it was 2 or 3 years go. Its the same thing but under the glass. Face iD is more convenient in my opinion and its going to be even better.
Don’t like the idea of this at all. Yeah sure it works but how secure is it? I bet it’s way less secure then regular fingerprints scanners which means banks won’t let you use to authorize apps, or any kind on phone pay (like the 1+5 facial recognition). And plus what’s the cost of this? This is just in one phone so to manufacture it is a completely different story. Not worth everyone’s trouble
Theres gonna be a dual front facing setup, iris scanning, face id... on the back will be an ultrawide, a telephoto, a normal, and a black and white. All phones will ditch the headphone jack. Phones will hit the 6.0 inch screen sweetspot. All phones will also have speakers like razer phone
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