Qualcomm Intros 17x Larger In-Display Fingerprint Reader
Qualcomm today announced 3D Sonic Max, a new ultrasonic sensor for in-display fingerprint readers. It offers a sensing area 17 times larger than the previous sensor offered by the company, eliminating the need to carefully align your finger with the sensor area. The larger sensing area also enables two-finger authentication for greater security. Qualcomm also promises greater "accuracy" compared to previous sensors.
We checked out Qualcomm's new, next-gen in-display fingerprint reader, which they call Sonic 3D Max. It has a 17x larger sensor area, which solves one of the larger pain points of current in-display sensors.
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