Vivo to Beat Apple in Shipping On-Screen Fingerprint Sensor?


A new Vivo telephone has been leaked in a video purportedly showing an on-display fingerprint sensor. The blurry quick clip became shared on Weibo and showed a Vivo-branded cellphone purportedly unlocked using the fingerprint sensor embedded inside the screen.

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The four-second brief clip confirmed the smartphone sporting an all-metallic unibody design with dual-rear cameras. Gizchina suggested the Weibo video first and points out that the phone sports activities are similar to the Vivo X9 Plus, which has dual cameras on the again. One of the things missing inside the leaked Vivo handset is front-dealing with a physical fingerprint scanner incorporated inside the domestic button.

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Smartphone analyst Pan Jiutang shared the short clip on Weibo and introduced that Vivo could be the primary to launch a smartphone with the era. However, Jiang provides in his Weibo post that Apple may be the producer to carry the tech into the ‘international mainstream.’ If this video is valid – and it’s kind of hard to tell from any such quick video – Vivo may also exhibit this generation at the approaching Mobile World Congress in Shanghai later this month.

The on-display screen fingerprint sensor on smartphones has been predicted to debut this 12 months, and there have been rumors that Apple should deliver the tech in its subsequent iPhone. Some reports have also pointed that Samsung ought to be a part of the Galaxy Note 8 set to release later this 12 months, at the same time as others have stated Samsung bumped into issues trying to implement this tech.

There have been few fingerprint module makers showing that they’ll begin shipping on-screen fingerprint sensors to worldwide handset manufacturers this yr. CrucialTec, a fingerprint module maker, in advance this yr announced its solution that shall we excessive-res scanning via glass with a button-free layout. Synaptics has been another fingerprint module maker that brought its optical fingerprint scanner for smartphones and tablets ultimate year that’s able to excessive-res scanning through 1mm of glass with the button-free layout.

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