We already know that Xiaomi's upcoming Mi 5 flagship smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 chipset. Now, as the SoC includes support for Qualcomm's next-gen fingerprint scanning technology (called Snapdragon Sense ID), it was naturally expected that the handset would feature a fingerprint scanner based on that tech. However, looks like this won't be the case.
According to well-known Chinese analyst Pan Jiutang, the technology isn't at a stage yet where it can be considered reliable enough to be used in a flagship smartphone. He says that the Mi 5 would instead come with a traditional fingerprint sensor on the front.
It's worth mentioning that Oppo's upcoming flagship Find 9 is also rumored to feature a fingerprint sensor based on the technology.
For those who aren't in the know, the new tech relies on ultrasonic 3D scanning, which even works with dirty or wet fingers and is comparatively more secure. It also works through all kind of surfaces such as glass, sapphire, metal, aluminum and plastic. You can read more about it here.
then why are u cheking this article,,,,, sd820 is the best it doesnt need to be the fastes because not only speed makes a phone....exynos is good was able to beat sd in a battle but it doesnt makes samsung better than qualcomm in the soc prespective....
becoz xiaomi devices not available worldwide, they focussed some regons
I,m excited to performance of snapdragon 820