AverageUser, 04 Nov 2019S10e is the best solutionit is one of the faster finger print sensor I had seen. and very reliable one also
James, 04 Nov 2019You should have added a "neither" option in the poll. yup. I use neither of those
Those who chose in-display fingerprint must never have one themselves. It's cool and fancy, but reliability leaves A LOT to be desired. The speed and reliability of a regular capacitive fingerprint scanner is miles ahead of the in-display ones.
Anonymous, 04 Nov 2019Lol.. fingerprint does not work if you have no fingers. However, face will always work, unl... moreI can guarantee you there are more people having to wear things covering their faces than people lacking all 10 fingers. Worst argument EVERRRRRR.
Rear Fingerprint + infrared face unlock! (just like poco f1 super fast :D)
I don't care if the fingerprint reader is in display or not. What I care about is the reliability and speed. In-display scanners are not good enough yet, so I prefer the capacitive ones. At least for now.
Duck of death, 04 Nov 2019A front mounted fingerprint reader is without a doubt the most convenient and flexible choice.... moreLol.. fingerprint does not work if you have no fingers.
However, face will always work, unless your dead.. you canÂ’t survive without a head :).
So face is the most flexible.
Fingerprint because face recognition doesn't work in the dark! And if you want it to work in the dark you would have to use the screen to blind the user so the camera can see....
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2019Laughs in Galaxy S10e.S10e is the best solution
A front mounted fingerprint reader is without a doubt the most convenient and flexible choice. Arguments about wearing gloves, glasses, hoods, masks et al. aside, fingerprints works in all environments no matter if you're holding the phone or not.
For indisplay fingerprint scanner, I don't have to raise my phone. That's why I prefer indisplay fingerprint scanner, more efficient. Face ID may look stylish but it isn't efficient, you gotta raise your phone letbsay from the table, then you have to look into it.
I use both of them.iphone xr and realme x.face id is much more convenient and consistent.
dududula, 04 Nov 2019huawei mate20pro and mate30pro do have both the same timeI know that, i meant both options on other phones...
I prefer both but Face ID is so bloody convenient cause you can unlock your phone without having to take off your gloves in winter or when fingers are wet/dirty.
When you are required to constantly wear face mask, face id becomes more of a liability than an asset. Iris scanner would've been the best (specially if they continued developing it) but they all killed it. So i am team in-display fingerprint scanner on this one. Although its also kind of a hassle when u got your fingerprint regularly scratched, wounded or de-skinned.
I personally prefer the old school (think TouchID type) of sensor cause of its great accuracy and ease of use.
As for in-display vs. facial recognition however, it largely depends on the implementation. I have a Note 10+ and the optical sensor is simply put... garbage for me. It works perfectly for my girlfriend but it hardly ever recognized my fingerprints no matter how many times I register them. Note 10's facial recognition doesn't work in low-light the majority of the time for me too.
I have heard the fingerprint scanners to work much better for phones like the Oneplus 7, but it's still hardly as great as earlier generation capacitive ones.
But if you talk more advanced systems, I'd say I'd go FaceID cause of it's ease of use.