3M is announcing the development of NITS which enables smartphones featuring LCD displays to use in-display fingerprint sensors of the optical kind.
New leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ reveal some key design features, and they also confirm that it won't include a headphone jack
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the Samsung Galaxy Fold and how it's supposed to be ready, Apple's take on Ive's departure and more
Chinese display manufacturer BOE announced that it developed the technology required to place an in-display fingerprint scanner inside an LCD panel.
A report not only mentions that the price gap between OLED panels and LCD screen is shrinking, but also claims in-display fingerprint scanners get cheaper.
A recent video uploaded by an accessory maker indirectly reveals some of the possible Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ fingerprint scanner limitations.
It's thin, seamless, has a big, bright, buzzing display and isn't exactly ready to be sold yet. But we'll get our first hands-on experiences at MWC 2019.
Xiaomi's president is teasing a new breed of in-display fingerprint scanner which has a much larger active area than others.
Now Evan Blass gives us more information on what to expect from the Samsung Galaxy S10 that would not be receiving the notch after all
OnePlus has released a new video that invites us 'tap into the future' and basically to accept the changes coming in the OnePlus 6T
The new OnePlus 6T may be presented soon, and according to a leaked invitation we could also have a confirmation for the date of the event
We're all expecting the Galaxy S10 to be the first Galaxy featuring an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Galaxy P30 might be the one though.
Certain images have appeared on Weibo that could be featuring the new OnePlus 6T ahead of its launch next month, but is it the 6T?
We could see the first Samsung Galaxy smartphone with an in-display fingerprint sensor coming to China this year before the Galaxy S10 flagship
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.