Qualcomm unveiled a new kind of in-display fingerprint sensor for smartphones, dubbed the 3D Sonic Sensor. The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor uses sound pressure waves to read the ridges of your fingers.
Qualcomm’s annual Tech Summit in Maui, Hawaii kicked off today with company President Cristiano Amon delivering the opening keynote. The takeaway theme this year, much like last year, is that Qualcomm is betting big on 5G and AI.
“The Vivo U20 price in India starts at Rs 10,990, but goes down to Rs 9,990 if buyers pay online for the handset” The Vivo U20 smartphone has been launched in India. The handset is successor to the Vivo U10, which was unveiled in the country not so long ago. The all-new Vivo U20 comes with the exactContinue reading “Vivo U20 launched with Snapdragon 675 SoC and 16-megapixel triple rear cameras, price starts at Rs 10,990”