The Vivo smartphone with in-display fingerprint scanner will go on sale sometime in the first half of 2018, but exact markets are yet to be confirmed. That's obviously because the unnamed "full-production" handset shares an overall design language with the OnePlus 5T and OPPO R11s, all three of which technically hail from the same Chinese parent company.
Synaptics is using under-display CMOS image sensor that is significantly faster than iPhone X 3D facial recognition. Vivo has been working on an in-display fingerprint sensor for the last couple of years. Synaptics rival Qualcomm has announced they're also developing a behind-the-screen reading tech, but it has yet to arrive in a finished product.
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Though Apple is all but certain to adopt an under-the-glass Touch ID solution on its high-end iPhone 8, a report which surfaced roughly two weeks ago insisted that Cupertino's crown jewel wouldn't be the first smartphone to ship with a display-embedded fingerprint scanner. There is a fingerprint animation on the display, you place the finger and the under-display CMOS image sensor light up your fingerprint, capture an image of it, then unlocks your device. The whole setup process took about a minute, and the phone read my fingerprint easily. The optical sensor can't physically sense a pulse, but Synaptics told us that it has built in a robust anti-spoofing system to ensure its reader can't be fooled by others trying to imitate your fingerprint. According to The Verge, this new sensor works similar to normal fingerprint reader but it is not very fast. A graphical UI will show up on Vivo's smartphone screen in any scenario that fingerprint recognition is required, such as when the screen is off, during software unlocking, or even mobile payment authentication.
We were able to register our fingerprint in around 30 seconds, and you can register multiple fingers. We didn't peak under the hood of the phone, but the phone worked well and especially the unlocking part.
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Pricing is also now unknown, but the likelihood is that this will be an expensive handset.
The showcasing of the world's first in-display fingerprint scanning smartphone (ready for mass-production) marks a significant leap forward in the industry's development, taking users' smartphone experience to a new level.
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Also, while Vivo happens to be the first and only company at the moment to show off a working prototype featuring an under-screen fingerprint scanner, it remains to be seen what other companies offers the same tech.
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