Under-screen fingerprint scanning will be 2018’s must-have phone feature

Under-screen fingerprint scanning will be 2018’s must-have phone feature

We’re still waiting to find out if the iPhone 8 will boast a fingerprint scanner under its display, but even if it doesn’t you will see several handsets employ the tech in 2018. TechRadar sat down with Raj Talluri, SVP and GM of Qualcomm’s IoT business, at IFA 2017 to discuss the future of the biometric tech, and he confirmed that the technology will be ready to launch next year. Qualcomm announced its own ultrasonic

GM6 is a new Android One phone that features selfie flash and fingerprint sensor

GM6 is a new Android One phone that features selfie flash and fingerprint sensor

A new Android One phone has been announced. Coming from Turkish manufacturer General Mobile, the GM6 is powered by MediaTek MT6737T SoC with quad-core 1.5GHz processor, and sports a 5-inch HD display. RAM is 3GB, while internal memory is 32GB. The camera department is handled by a 13MP rear unit and an 8MP front shooter with selfie flash. Measuring 144 x 71.3 x 8.6mm and weighing in at 150g, the phone

Moto X spotted in public with a fingerprint scanner on the front

Moto X spotted in public with a fingerprint scanner on the front

Now is about that time. Everyone is over with MWC. Samsung, LG, and HTC duke it out in the beginning of the year, then Motonovo- wait, what should we call it now? Lets call it Moto for now. We are still far away from Motos usual launch timeframe of around late-Summer to early-Fall. The picture of a leaked photo submitted to HelloMotoHK shows just enough of what we might want to know about such a device. This device was spotted on

All Moto devices in 2016 will have fingerprint scanners, Lenovo exec says

All Moto devices in 2016 will have fingerprint scanners, Lenovo exec says

Despite basically pioneering the concept of a smartphone with a built-in fingerprint scanner with the Atrix 4G back in 2011, Motorola hasn’t been quick to jump back on this train last year, when such sensors have been featured in pretty much every high-end Android device. That will change in 2016, however. Chen Xudong, SVP of Lenovo and president for Lenovo China and Asia Pacific, has revealed that all Moto-branded handsets launching