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Xiaomi reveals the future of biometric sensor on smartphone screen (video)

Xiaomi is not exactly strong in biometric sensor technology on the smartphone screen. Although the brand already has equipment with the technology, the feedback Not exactly the best.

Certainly because of this is that Xiaomi already prepares the new technology which should incorporate your new devices.

In the video we see the on-screen sensor operating in a totally different location than normal. That is, the area to unlock the equipment will be much larger than we have right now on smartphones.

Xiaomi Unveils How Your New On-Screen Biometric Sensor Works

So unlocking your smartphone can be done with multiple fingers in multiple locations.

Also, we can see that the device unlocks immediately on the first touch. That way, you don't need to tap the first touch to wake up the screen and then unlock it.

A larger unlocking area is the most relevant.

The most interesting of course is the unlock area. According to the information, Xiaomi has managed to unravel a way to place this technology in a 25mmx50.2mm space.

What smartphones will bring such technology

We are still not sure if this technology is ready for mass construction. However, if you're all set, smartphones like the Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi Mix 3S and other high-end smartphones can be incorporated.

Xiaomi reveals the future of biometric sensor on smartphone screen

Since Xiaomi has two sub-brands, Redmi and Poco, it is important to mention that it is possible that the technology also reaches mobile phones of this brand. But still nothing concrete.

I am seriously curious to see if Xiaomi has what it takes to revolutionize the market. The on-screen biometric sensor is one of the 2019 points of interest.

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