Vivo X20 Plus UD with the world’s first under-display fingerprint sensor launched in China for CNY 3,600. The world’s first smartphone with an under-the-display fingerprint sensor, Vivo X20 Plus UD, has been launched in China, with a cost label of CNY 3,600 (around Rs 36,000). For a long time it was speculated that new fingerprint sensor technology would debut on the Samsung or an Apple smartphone but Chinese language smartphone machine Vivo shocked everyone and required the business lead. Vivo first discovered these devices at at CES 2018, showcasing the technology that originated by Synaptics.
The good thing about something similar to this is the fact smartphone creators will have a lot of room to improve the screen size while keeping the fingerprint sensor on leading (which inside our judgment is the perfect place for placing it). While looking at these devices, The Verge remarked that this new fingerprint audience is marginally slower than the traditional fingerprint sensor, but much like almost every other fingerprint scanning device, it is likely to improve in future iterations.
The Vivo X20 Plus UD has a 6.4 in . 18:9 aspect ratio OLED display encased in Gorilla Glass. Beneath the hood, we find that the telephone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor chip, with 4 GB of Ram memory and 128 GB of inside storage, that can be expanded with a micro-SD card. The telephone has proportions of 165.2 x 80.02 x 7.35 mm and weighs about 183.1 grams.
Inside the optics department, the telephone has a dual-camera installation at the trunk with main one having ? 12 ?P sensor and a f/1.8 zoom lens, and the next being 5 MP sensor with f/2.2 zoom lens. Leading of these devices includes a 12 MP prominent camera and LED adobe flash.
In conditions of connectivity, the telephone has a dual-hybrid SIM slot machine with 4G VoLTE, a USB Type-C dock, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi and a 3.5 mm headphone jack port. The entire set up is powered by way of a 3,905 mAh power supply and the telephone can be obtained only in a matte dark finish. By right now the Vivo X20 Plus UD has been sold only in China, but maybe it’s possible a telephone with similar under-the-display fingerprint technology is launched in India because the country is a huge market for Vivo.