The fact that Qualcomm had managed to nail this technology and successfully implement it on a smartphone, gave a sense of confidence that upcoming Apple iPhone will also have this technology. However, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Qualcomm's technology still is "not ideal", and there's no clear timetable on its release. Kuo explains that Qualcomm's implementation of in-screen fingerprint sensing is an "improvement, but not flawless". According to him, the technology is certainly an improvement, however, it is far from ideal and still needs a lot of work. Apparently, Qualcomm's implementation offers better scan-through, however, it has a lot of areas of concern to be addressed like speed and response time.
In addition, Kuo points out that mass production for these sensors can be hard thanks to the differences in screen material and thickness used on smartphones.
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Finally, he notes that the technology needs thinner-than-usual cover glass, as well as flexible OLED panels, to work - meaning that it's unlikely to be taking the smartphone world by storm any time soon. Kuo also says that consumers aren't necessarily opposed to having a rear or traditionally placed fingerprint scanner on their phones. Well, i that case, most manufacturers won't bother adopting this technology. One says that Apple will follow conventional logic and simply place the fingerprint reader on the back of the device, and the other that claims that Apple has will integrate the reader directly into the OLED display.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and we expect Apple to bring a revolutionary redesign to the series with a full-screen device with all-out features: we don't know the official name yet, but let's refer to it as the Apple iPhone 8.
Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) Shares Bought by Vanguard Group Inc
The company reported ($0.05) earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, missing the Zacks' consensus estimate of ($0.01) by $0.04. Finally, Ursa Fund Management LLC bought a new position in Rite Aid Corporation during the fourth quarter worth $367,000.
Ultimately, Kuo concludes that there's "no clear mass production timeline for Vivo's showcase of Qualcomm's under-display fingerprint recognition".
Three new iPhone models are coming in the second half of 2017: a brand-new-design iPhone with OLED panel (iPhone 8) and two iPhones with LCD screens that represent upgrades over current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models.
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The target of the experiment is an asteroid system called Didymos, which means twins in Greek, located 6.8 million miles away. "This approval step advances the project towards a historic test with a nonthreatening small asteroid ", said Johnson.
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