Synaptics: Fingerprint sensor to launch in 2018 For ‘Tier One’ Flagship

Synaptics is mulling to launch a “tier one” phone by 2018. The company’s customer phone features a finger sensor technology at par with other mobile rivals. Synaptics Incorporated is the leading company that develops human interface solutions.

Mobile users can expect the Synaptic’s soon to be announced phone demonstration come January next year. The “tier one” smartphone is expected to have a Clear ID technology that is far more secure that biometrics.

Also, Synaptic’s Clear ID optical sensors offer its customers a faster and convenient way to optimize mobile security. Earlier this week, the company hinted that its Clear ID fingerprint technology would go on mass production with a selected “top five” phone manufacturer.

How does Synaptic’s Clear ID works?

The company said that its Clear ID fingerprint sensor technology is specifically design for smartphones with infinity displays. The Clear ID in-display technology works by activating the in-display when needed.

“Clear ID is faster than alternative biometrics such as 3D facial, highly-secure with SentryPoint™ technology, and very convenient with one-touch/one-step biometric authentication directly in the touchscreen display area of smartphones,” Synaptics said in a press statement released on Tuesday, December 12.

“The new Synaptics Clear ID optical fingerprint sensors deliver one-touch high-resolution scanning through the full cover glass and enable sleek, button-free, bezel-free infinity displays,” the company added.

By January 2018, Synaptics will present a live demonstration of the Clear ID in-display fingerprint technology during the CES gathering. The live demonstration offers the audience how will the aforesaid technology work on various “tier one” smartphones.

Top 5 smartphone brands

Meanwhile, Synaptics has yet to name the phones that will use the Clear ID technology. However, some smartphone brands belong to the top five OEMs are Apple, Huawei, Oppo, Samsung, and Vivo.

“Consumers prefer fingerprint authentication on the front of the phone, and with the industry quickly shifting to bezel-free OLED infinity displays, the natural placement of the fingerprint sensor is in the display itself,” Kevin Barber, SVP and GM of Synaptics’ mobile division told ZDNet.

“Business Opportunities”: Are They Real or Are They Fake?

Business Opportunities

Our world today uses advanced technologies most of the time. Because of this, people prefer to have online jobs or what we call home-based jobs. Others would rather invest in a business opportunity. But how can we spot which “opportunity” is fake or not?

Pluggle, JuanAds.com, Secret2Success — these are just a few of what people call Business Opportunity. Hearing the word “business” or being a “businessman/businesswoman” can be good for the ears, right? Some of them are indeed real yet how can a too-good-to-be-true opportunity be real.

Pluggle

6 Ways to Earn in Pluggle

What is Pluggle? It is an advertising site which promotes traffic. People advertising this say that there are 6 ways to earn from it.

I actually was interested with this one before. What caught my attention was the sign up bonus and personal login bonus.

Since I wanted to try it out, I asked a few members of this business. I knew that in order to earn income from this scheme, you have to invest first.

There is a sign up bonus and 12 days login bonus. When put altogether, it is 1/4 more than the amount that you invested. That was okay for me. But here’s the catch: You won’t be able to withdraw your earnings unless you reach a certain amount. That amount is far from the earnings that you will get from your sign up and login bonuses.

The next way to earn more is to invite people and have them invest in this business as well. In our time, people are already hesitant to invest money because of scams. And because if this, you will have a hard time inviting them to invest like you. This means your earnings become stagnant.

Unless you reach the minimum amount required for a payout, you won’t get a single cent from this no matter how long you do this.

*Update: The company changed its name to “Giggle” due to inappropriate legal documents

JuanAds.com

Surprise, surprise! I also tried this out 😀

JuanAds.com is a PPC site or Pay Per Click. This means that you get paid for every ad that you click and watch until the end. It also has Network Marketing wherein you have to invite referrals as well.

This “Opportunity” also asks you to invest if you want to earn more. Of course, you can do this for free (this is what i did) but you will just earn $0.0001 per click. Also, there is a limit of only 10 clicks per day for “Free” users. Just think about how long you’re going to keep on clicking the ads before you can withdraw $10. That’s the minimum required amount to payout.

With so many online schemes spreading across the internet, we must know which ones are worth investing for or not.

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