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Xiaomi Mi5 Will Support Qualcomm Sense ID 3D Fingerprint?

In the past few hours we have had new information about the new long-awaited top of the range from Xiaomi, or the Mi5. In reality, we could define them as indiscretions rather than information. They inform us that most likely, being the Xiaomi Mi5 the first smartphone to implement the new top-of-the-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, it will also be the first smartphone to implement the Sense ID 3D Fingerprint.

This is a new technology developed in-house at Qualcomm that would allow the recognition of fingerprints through ultrasound. If this may seem unnecessary, suffice it to say that ultrasounds can penetrate different materials, including metals, glass and plastic. What would be most interesting is the glass, since in this way there will be no need for a physical sensor placed on the body but it will be implemented under the display.

The qualities of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, as well as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 present in some Xiaomi smartphones, are not so much in the computational power (even if it is also very high) but as in the optional features offered, such as, for example, in the case of the Snapdragon 820, WiGig technology, Sense ID 3D Fingerprint or even fast wireless charging.

Unfortunately, from the point of view of marketing and price, we are always at one point: it should happen by the end of the year, as recently confirmed by an analyst | Xiaomi Mi5: Analysts confirm the release date by the end of the year |.


via | Xiaomi Fans Italia

Simone Rodriguez
Simone Rodriguez

Blogger, but above all passionate about technology. I am part of a generation that has passed from the cathode ray tube to smartphones, making me witness to an unprecedented technological evolution. From 2012 I assiduously follow the Xiaomi brand that with the conveyance of various projects led me to realize, the home of all the Italian Xiaomisti. Write me: [email protected]


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