The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, giving us the chance to witness the next generation gadgets with newer technologies, is in its full swing. Now that the devices and technologies are showcasing, we are ahead of experiencing the same in the future days. Vivo, only yesterday, was reported to bring a smartphone with the under-glass fingerprint reader. To this delight of fans, the company has showcased the same product at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
Possible reports point out that Vivo finally showcases the next-gen. biometric scanning technology implemented in Vivo smartphone and has been developed by Synaptics. The world’s first smartphone with the under-display fingerprint reader technology is ready to debut the tech industry. And with no doubt, this draws attention from audiences worldwide.
The company claims that the futuristic Vivo in-display fingerprint scanning smartphone will offer an unprecedented mobile experience to users which is capable of defining a new era of mobile interaction, reports Gizbot. This newest fingerprint scanning technology will let fans unlock their smartphone through a one-touch fingerprint scanning technology right through the smartphone’s display.
The recent fingerprint scanning technology aims to offer users a better and a more convenient way in terms of fingerprint authentication experiences. Future smartphones are also expected to follow the same trend in such a way that users don’t encounter any difficulty while unlocking their smartphones.
First off, the company presented a prototype in Vivo’s fingerprint scanning solution at the MWC event Shanghai 2017. Marked as the Clear ID FS9500 optical in-display fingerprint scanner, the new authentication technology might be seen in Vivo flagships smartphone in the early half of this year. Vivo has mentioned that this initial Vivo smartphone with under-display fingerprint scanning is all set to be announced in early 2018. The next generation biometric technology has been developed by Vivo’s global partner Synaptics.
Vivo‘s first under-display smartphone would be interesting to see how authentic the technology comes implemented in the device. But with reports via the Internet, this particular technology is doubly faster than the 3D facial recognition, which has largely disappointed us. Of late, we expect other tech giants like OnePlus and OPPO ditching the rear-mounted fingerprint reader and follow this particular bandwagon.