Vivo X20 Plus with First In-Display Fingerprint Sensor to Launch on January 24

Vivo, a young global smartphone brand, showcased world’s first ready-to-produce in-display fingerprint scanning smartphone that draws attention from a global audience at CES 2018. Leading with distinct innovative breakthroughs, the futuristic Vivo in-display fingerprint scanning smartphone offers its consumers an unprecedented mobile experience, defining a new era of mobile interaction. Vivo X20 Plus with First In-Display Fingerprint Sensor to Launch on January 24.

The in-display phone will be sold as an X20 Plus. It is bit confusing as the original X20 Plus was launched in September 2017. The prototype of this mobile featured at CES was modified X20 Plus.

Vivo X20 Plus with First In-Display Fingerprint Sensor to Launch on January 24

The company has not announced features of X-20 Plus however telecommunications certification center of China (TENAA) lists the device with the following features:

  • 6.43-inch OLED display, 2,160 x 1,080 resolution
  • 165.2 x 80.02 x 7.35 mm dimensions and 183.1 g weight
  • 2.2 GHz octa-core processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • Dual cameras on back (12 MP and 5 MP)
  • 12 MP front-facing camera
  • 128 GB memory, expandable via microSD slot
  • 3,800 mAh battery
  • Color choices including Black Gold, Champagne Gold, Rose Gold, & Matte Black

Vivo In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Technology outperforms other authentication solutions available for full-screen smartphones in many aspects. Compared to fingerprint sensors on the back of smartphones, Vivo In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Technology offers a more convenient operation without sacrificing the sleek and unified design of the smartphone. It also enables quick and secured authentication.

Lets wait for the best ever in-display sensor experience. Am anxiously waiting for Vivo X20 Plus! What about you people?

Also Read: Vivo Showcases World’s First Ready-to-Produce In-Display Fingerprint Scanning Smartphone at CES 2018

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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