2019 iPhone Models Will never Have In-Display Fingerprint Sensor: Ming-Chi Kuo


In front of the launch of new iPhones one week from now, dependable Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo has anticipated that in-display fingerprint sensor technology would not be a piece of the gadgets anytime soon.

The in-display fingerprint scanner is an unlock and operation technology for smartphones with thin bezels and high screen-to-body ratios, incorporated by integrating biometric verification into the display itself.

Kuo trusts that appropriation of Fingerprint On Display (FOD) technology will grow 500 percent in 2019 as Android phones continue to receive the technology, Apple won't install Touch ID in new iPhones next fall, 9to5Mac provided details regarding Tuesday.

In Kuo's new research note, entire screen sensing is featured as the last stage in FOD's appropriation, expected later one year from now, which will be a headway from the ebb and flow spot-sensing FOD that expects clients to touch a particular piece of a screen to interact.

"Kuo contends that Apple's facial recognition technology as a biometric security arrangement is serving the iPhone line well and Android phones instead will fill in as the testbed for relentlessly improving FOD technology," the report said.

The examiner, in any case, predicts the reception of in-display sensor technology by Samsung with its Galaxy S10 update in the principal quarter of 2019.

Prior to this year, Chinese smartphone producer Vivo launched its X21 smartphone with the main ever in-display fingerprint scanner.
2019 iPhone Models Will never Have In-Display Fingerprint Sensor: Ming-Chi Kuo 2019 iPhone Models Will never Have In-Display Fingerprint Sensor: Ming-Chi Kuo Reviewed by TechNewsSites.us on September 05, 2018 Rating: 5

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