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Vivo will bake fingerprint sensors right into its phone displays

Vivo will bake fingerprint sensors right into its phone displays

The in-display fingerprint sensor is a much-rumoured technology that even the big companies are having time to make it possible. A lot of people speculated that Samsung is going to be that brand because it faced a lot of heat past year for the awkward placement of fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. It now transpires that it is Vivo, which is working with Synaptics on the project and the idea is to release all its new phones in 2018 with this fingerprint sensor technology and chucking the rear mounted one. Apple and Samsung may be the big names in mobile tech, but Synaptics has just taken a giant leap over them with Clear ID. When you pick up the phone, a fingerprint image will appear at the bottom of the screen and disappear after using it. It is worth adding that since the component is said to work on OLED screens, it might as well work on devices such as Galaxy S smartphones, LG G series or the iPhone X. Synaptics, at the time of the launch, said that the Clear ID FS9500 optical in-display fingerprint sensor works on wet, dry and cold fingers. The technology that Synaptics has come out with, aka Clear ID, is said to be fast and simple.

Apple, meanwhile, chose to ditch an actual fingerprint scanner altogether with the iPhone X. The iPhone X is Apple's first iPhone to not have Touch ID.

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Although Vivo has not yet made anything official, a popular analyst, Patrick Moorhead got his hands on the device using the tech and confirmed its existence on Twitter. The ultimate advantage of opting for in-display sensors would be the let manufacturers bring more full-screen smartphones in the coming future, complete with the ease of a front-facing fingerprint sensor. According to the company statement, the sensors are twice as fast as 3D facial recognition and require only one touch to access the smartphone. Manufacturers like Apple are instead going with fingerprint sensor, while others like Samsung and OnePlus have moved it to the back of the smartphone - not the most convenient location. It is unclear whether Vivo will continue its partnership with the San Diego, California-based chipmaker as Synaptics' technology is offering a similar and seemingly faster solution. The company was ranked fifth in IDC's Q1 2017 report, as pointed out by The Verge.

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