Sense ID beams ultrasonic waves to fingerprints and the sensor reads back echoes to authenticate users. Samsung may be looking to this security measure.
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
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100 million units to be shipped in 2019, as in-display fingerprint scanners will become a standard next year for mid-to-high-end smartphones.
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An executive from the chaebol came to China to address the questions fans had and was spotted using a future phone. Good move?
This big battery phablet is supposed to launch this month and we're still treated to minor leaks. When will it officially arrive?
Samsung wants to have better biometric security measures come 2019 and it thinks that it can have a dot-projection facial sensor in time.
How much of a difference will 0.5mm make? About two weeks' worth of difference. That said, the Note 9 was on an early track for release anyways...
Next year's big Samsung phone will be able to take fingerprint authentication directly through its display. And, with the state of the smartphone market, not a moment too soon.
It looks like that oft-rumored Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone will be joined to market by a smaller, slightly lower-end Mi 8 SE with an iPhone X-style notch of its own and a Snapdragon 710 processor. The Mi Band 3 is also coming.
Not exactly affordable, the $525 or so Vivo X21 is not exorbitantly priced either for what it brings to India, in-display fingerprint recognition included.
Just in case the fast-approaching Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone didn't feel exciting enough, a freshly leaked video appears to confirm both in-display fingerprint recognition and an eye-catching translucent backplate.
To celebrate the company's eight anniversary, an ultra-high-end Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone will be unveiled on May 31, possibly with in-display fingerprint recognition and 3D facial scanning in tow.
The phone is pretty much all but called out on Flipkart's mobile app right now, but it will take another week before we know all about it.
Samsung reportedly wants its in-display fingerprint scanner to be significantly more accurate and durable than existing optical solutions, thus holding it off for the Galaxy S10 next year.
The 6GB RAM figure remains from the last big Geekbench run. Also, the Galaxy Note 9 might be 2mm shorter than the Note 8.
We're not sure this will even be called the Samsung Galaxy S10, but it's probably codenamed "Beyond", and it may not be able to implement 3D sensing facial recognition technology.
Up for grabs only in China at the moment, the groundbreaking Vivo X21 with under-display fingerprint recognition technology is set to expand to Singapore later this week, also heading to other "global" markets in the near future.
The renders show a most interesting development in the Moto Mods connector design in that it has not changed at all, even as prior speculative leaks marked changes.
It's not just Samsung, but Huawei and other Chinese smartphone vendors that are trying hard to make in-display fingerprint recognition work, as 3D facial authentication methods remain expensive and risky.
Samsung probably hasn't decided yet if the Galaxy Note 9 will adopt under-display fingerprint recognition technology or not, and insiders believe yes is still very much an option.