The Xiaomi Mi 8 could be released instead of the Mi 7 or shortly after the company's long overdue next flagship phone with groundbreaking in-display fingerprint recognition in tow.
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.
In addition to the "full screen" Mi MIX 2S, Xiaomi is reportedly working on a more mainstream Mi 7, a Mi 7 Plus with an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a Black Shark gaming smartphone.
Like the P20 Pro, the luxury Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS features three very impressive rear-facing cameras. But there's also a sharper OLED screen in tow and under-display fingerprint recognition tech.
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.
In case it wasn't already abundantly clear, the OnePlus 6 is likely to embrace the notch, similar to the OPPO R15 and Vivo X21. The latter also features in-display fingerprint recognition in one variant.
We still have no idea if the Vivo X20 Plus UD will ever launch outside of China, but at least domestically, the world's first phone with in-display fingerprint recognition is right around the corner.
A few days after the CES 2018 debut of the world's first smartphone with in-display fingerprint recognition, the handset's name and specs have been revealed by Tenaa.
We tried out the world's first "full-production" smartphone with on-display fingerprint recognition at CES 2018, and the biometric sensor was surprisingly fast.