Qualcomm at CES 2021 unveiled a new in-display fingerprint sensor that is expected to launch on Android flagships – and possibly an iPhone – in 2021.
The new Sonic 3D sensor is 50% faster and 77% larger than Qualcomm’s previous in-screen fingerprint reader. It measures 8mm x 8mm, compared to 4mm x 9mm on the previous generation.
Qualcomm says it expects the next generation of 3D Sonic Sensor to start appearing in high-end Android flagships as soon as the first half of 2021, The Verge reported on Monday.
The announcement of the new reader comes amid rumors that Apple will bring its Touch ID biometric system back to the iPhone line in 2021.
In August 2019, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPhone 2021, possibly the “iPhone 13”, could sport both Face ID and Touch ID. It also indicated that Qualcomm would be the likely provider of the fingerprint reading technology.
As late as October 2020, a leaker with a reliable track record claimed that Touch ID under the display on a …
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