[RUMOR] Xiaomi All-Screen Fingerprint Scanner No Longer Needs Specific Touching Point! It Works Anywhere in Phone’s Display

An all-screen fingerprint sensor was revealed in a new Xiaomi patent. This revolutionary smartphone display technology differs significantly from current fingerprint scanners.

[RUMOR] Xiaomi All-Screen Fingerprint Scanner No Longer Needs Specific Touching Point! It Works Anywhere in Phone's Display

At the moment, fingerprint scanners on the Google Pixel 6, Samsung Galaxy S21 Series, OnePlus 9, Vivo devices, and other smartphones require a precise contact point.

Oppo phones, for example, commonly include a back-mounted biometric sensor. Other versions, on the other hand, have this technology built into their displays. However, it will only operate in one spot on the screen.

This restriction may be lifted soon, as Xiaomi unveils its all-screen biometric scanner. Here’s how the new smartphone display technology works to give you additional ideas.

Xiaomi’s All-Screen Fingerprint Sensor

According to GizChina‘s latest report, the new all-screen fingerprint sensor of Xiaomi will work anywhere on the smartphone’s display.

[RUMOR] Xiaomi All-Screen Fingerprint Scanner No Longer Needs Specific Touching Point! It Works Anywhere in Phone's Display

Users are no longer required to hold or touch a specific area. The new security technology from the Chinese smartphone company will use infrared LED light transmitters that will be embedded beneath the capacitive touch-screen layer of your handset.

The infrared LED light emitters will also be mounted above the smartphone’s AMOLED display. Because of the data collected by the screen, the all-screen fingerprint sensor can distinguish the user’s fingerprint from that of other persons when it comes to actual unlocking and locking action.

Not the First All-Screen Fingerprint Sensor

The recently leaked Xiaomi all-screen fingerprint sensor, according to Gizmo China, is not the first of its kind. Another Chinese gadget maker, Huawei, just filed a similar patent in August 2020.

According to the company’s document, the security display feature will be available in the United States, India, Korea, Japan, Europe, and China. However, this technology is currently unavailable.

In other OnePlus 10 news, China is the first country to receive the device. In the meantime, the next iPhone SE 2022 is rumored to include 5G connectivity.

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