The fingerprint scanner is a convenient and reliable way to protect the smartphone. He is with us for ten years.
The mass appearance of of dactyloscopic sensors in mobile phones accounted for mid-2010s. At first, manufacturers placed them on the front panel from the bottom from the display, where the sensory buttons were located. This simplest and logical location gave the ability to quickly unlock, ensured the comfortable position of the finger and the smartphone in the hand. But over time, such a design has ceased to be successful - users wanted more on the screen area. War started with the framework. That Dactyloskope, which we knew, had to leave the usual place of residence.
But today, print scanners are still placed on the front side, only now intratisplant optical or ultrasound readers went to move. They are built directly to the screen and do not take the work space. Their technology is incisionable so much that fast display scanners are present in low-cost smartphones.
But there are some difficulties. In order for the display scanner to work with exemplary accuracy, it must be integrated into the AMOLEDtype (12] (12] (12] subcreamers for LCD exist, but not used in popular smartphones).
Hence the following complexity. Amoled and budget segment are mutually exclusive concepts. Inexpensive, highly contrast LCDs, the quality of the picture is not inferior to AMOLED, are in demand today as ever, and with them very well combined the side scanner of prints.
The lateral fingerprint scanners exist long enough. Nowadays, their popularity keeps at the expense of inexpensive smartphones with IPS LCD. Accommodation on the face is notypically, however, many users find such an option more convenient than the front or rear Dactyloskops.
The side scanner of prints: advantages and disadvantages
The lateral fingerprint scanners are capacitive sensors. They are characterized by high speed and reliability. They are also able to recognize gestures, whether it is scrolling up / down or double touch.
Being on the side facet of the smartphone, they provide fast and convenient unlocking - the device you just need to take into your hand, and the finger will fall on the sensor by itself.
But all the most listed amenities can evaluate only right-handed users. Lefters, especially on the overall Furnages, to control the scanner on the right end is not so simple.
In addition, the area of the end scanner is small, so it is able to recognize only a small part of the surface of the finger and only if the user with jewelry will attach it to the sensor.
Smartphones with a side scanner of prints
with pluses and minuses figured out. We hope you have made conclusions for yourself, as far as convenient for you for you side dactyloskop. Let's see what modern smartphones it is used.
Samsung Galaxy S10E
The S10 series has already broken up with the flagship position among Samsung smartphones, but Galaxy S10E is still relevant for those who want to purchase a powerful compact smartphone. Despite the fact that it is the youngest model in the series, for the budget it is still expensive.
Galaxy S10E is a pretty representative of the premium class, the only in its series with the side scanner of prints. In terms of reliability and convenience, it is not inferior to the new lineup Samsung Galaxy S20, in which the screen readers of ultrasound type are.
The phone uses 5.8 "Dynamic AMOLED, an eight-cherished exynos 9820 and a camera with a variable diaphragm, as in senior versions of S10. The only truly trimmed characteristic is a battery, in S10E its container is 3100 mAh.
POCO X2 is equipped with an LCD screen with an increased update frequency of 120 Hz, an eight-year chipset SNAPDRAGON 730G and quandocamera with a maximum resolution of 64 megapixel. He also got a very capacious battery (4500 mAh), and what is even more pleasant, it is a fast charge with a capacity of 27 W.
Realme 6/6 Pro
For the sixth series Realme, not AMOLED selected, and IPS screens with a high update rate. These models have a lot of general features: both are fronts, both the side scanner of prints, embedded in the display, and four-module main camera are used in both. The volume of the battery and the power of rapid charging they also have the same.
Basic Realme 6 runs on the MediaTek Helio G90T processor, and the Pro version on the eight-caddle Snapdragon 720g. Both models are still sold only in India, the delivered to other countries is expected in the coming months.
REDMI NOTE 9 PRO / 9 PRO MAX
Fresh Series of Note 9 Pro Fablets from Xiaomi subband is built on an eight-year Snapdragon 720G platform. The Indian version comes with an integrated NAVIC satellite navigation system, NFC is present in global. Both models got a screen with a embedded front camera and running Android 10 in the MIUI 11 membrane. Memory configurations are different. The power of fast charging is also different - 30 W at the Pro and 33 W version of Pro Max.
These devices will definitely like these devices. Each has a four-module chamber. In Note 9 Pro, 48 MP SAMSUNG GM2 is used as the main sensor, and 64 MP GM1 replaces it in Note 9 Pro Max.
In modern smartphones, the lateral scanner of prints is infrequent, but this does not mean that in the future manufacturers from It will refuse. Facial Dactyloskop - reliable and convenient biometric protection for beamless phones with IPS and AMOLED. In addition to Samsung, Xiaomi and Realme, its advantages also appreciated other brands, for example SONY, Motorola and Razer.