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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ leaked renders reveal repositioned fingerprint scanner

12 Décembre 2017

According to The Korean Herald, the Galaxy S9 will use a better 3MP lens (up from 2MP in the Galaxy S8) for the iris scanner.

We also believe that the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are going to sport this security solution.

For those wondering how the in-display fingerprint sensors works, Digital Trends reports that the process starts when the sensor detects the finger of the user.

Synaptics welcomes press and analysts to join us for a live demonstration of in-display fingerprint on a full-production, soon to be announced Tier 1 customer phone.

With the size of battery cells somewhat stagnant, the only solutions to better battery life experiences for consumers are to make the phones sip battery power more conservatively, and to make the handset's quicker to charge when they do run low.

Even though several demos have been flying around web, Synaptics says the new in-display fingerprint scanner is already in mass production.

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The company also used the term infinity displays in their press release, so that's more confirmation that the Galaxy S9 would be the first to use this tech.

Once again, there's a new report stating that the Galaxy S9 may feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. Now only Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 are the only Samsung devices that incorporate the iris scanner. With the new scanner, it'll be easier to recognize users' irises even when putting on glasses, when eyeballs are moving, or when in dark/bright environments.

"Synaptics' Clear ID fingerprint sensors are faster, more convenient, and more secure than alternative biometrics, and this optical technology represents a major innovation shift and opportunity for the smartphone market", Barber added. Designed for smartphones with infinity displays, Synaptics' Clear ID in-display fingerprint sensors magically activate in the display only when needed. In addition, Synaptics claimed that its Clear ID sensors are made to perform twice as fast as 3D facial recognition.

By In-Display we mean that the fingerprint scanner is embedded inside the display glass and allows the user to scan their fingerprint by placing it on a particular section of the screen.

Synaptics also downplayed Apple's Face ID technology, which the Cupertino giant introduced with the iPhone X, when it stated, "Clear ID is faster than alternative biometrics such as 3D facial, highly-secure with SentryPoint technology, and very convenient with one-touch/one-step biometric authentication directly in the touchscreen display area of smartphones".

However, the placement of the fingerprint scanner is on the rear side of the device, usually coming across as counter-intuitive to some users.

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ leaked renders reveal repositioned fingerprint scanner