In the past year, new iPhones will have a fingerprint reader embedded in the screen, but the dreams have been postponed.
Synaptics, the world’s leading manufacturer of biometrics technologies, announced the world’s first embedded fingerprint sensor on the screen. The frames will be even smaller and now all the keys on the smartphones will start to go. Because Synaptics has made a major advance in improving security measures for phones.
Introduced in the name of Clear ID FS9500, the fingerprint sensor can be integrated into the touchscreen displays. And it’s designed for frameless phones, giving us insight into the flagships we will see in the coming years.
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The Clear ID FS9500 sensor offers the same versatility of authentication as conventional fingerprint sensors. Fingerprints can be detected under wet, dry, cold or different conditions. On the other hand, users can disable this sensor at any time. In existing fingerprint reader systems, the hardware in the device’s body was sinking, although there were options to disable the sensor.
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Moreover, all of these companies are the top five companies of the global smartphone market. However, the company’s announcement focuses specifically on Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S8 S8 Plus and Note. The display of these devices is underlined by an embedded sensor. For this reason, the minds are shifting directly to the Galaxy S9 models.
Whatever it is, we will experience this success of Synaptics on smartphones that will be launched in 2018.
Fingerprint technology used by Apple for security measure Touch ID, Face ID exchange with iPhone X has done. On the other hand, Samsung’s face recognition feature is not successful and the company can save the situation with the sensor embedded in the screen.
The fact that smartphones are becoming more and more personal with each passing day is the main reason for the development of security measures. Let’s see if this equipment from Synaptics will deliver successful results on screens. The answer to many problems is that the devices will become transparent once they go on the market and after the user experiences are revealed.