Rear-mounted, side-mounted, in-screen; different phone users like their fingerprint scanners in different places. Each placement has its own benefits, but some would argue that in-screen sensors could do with improvements, and a new technology may be here to make that a reality.

In screen fingerprint sensors are slower and less reliable to use than their counterparts, but that may be set to change. Qualcomm – best known for its Snapdragon chipsets used in most top-end Android phones – has announced a second-gen version of its own in-screen fingerprint sensor tech.



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