As we’re entering towards the era of bezel-less devices, so many manufacturers have a question of where to place the fingerprint sensors. Recently, Synaptics has announced its Clear ID FS9500 which is a family of ‘optical in-display fingerprint sensors’.
According to report, Vivo would be the first company to showcase a smartphone with an Under-Display Fingerprint Scanner. The Chinese company Vivo has officially announced that it would showcase its device with a new fingerprint sensor technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on 10th January 2018. The company recently posted the following image on its official website.
The new Synaptics Clear ID FS9500 technology which will be used in upcoming Vivo device is said that it will be super fast and highly durable in nature. Also, these sensors will work with wet, dry, and cold fingerprints. As fingerprint sensor will place below the screen, so it will be water as well as scratch resistant. The new sensor comes with ECC authentication and AES encryption.
Clear ID: Vivo Smartphone with Under-Display Fingerprint Scanner
The Clear ID has features such as adaptive fingerprint template matching along with anti-spoofing technology. This makes Clear ID not only durable but even more secure than the traditional fingerprint sensors. Last week, the company introduced Vivo X20 Plus UD which received 3C certification. This is the same device which will be showcasing at CES 2018, whereas the “UD” stands for “Under-Display”.
The handset is expected to come with the same specification as the original Vivo X20 Plus. It includes 6.43-inch Infinity display with 18.:9 aspect ratio. The phone comes with Snapdragon 660 processor. It will be available in two variants of RAM i.e 4GB/6GB of RAM. It has a huge battery life of 3,905mAh which can easily last for 2 days. Feel free to comment down below.
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