According to media reports a few days ago, Gao Wenbao, Executive Vice President of BOE and CEO of the Display and Sensor Business Group, said: In the second half of 2020, the integrated solution of BOE (BOE) OLED flexible display and Qualcomm 3D Sonic sensor will be mass-produced and shipped. .
Today, BOE confirmed the matter on the interactive platform, saying that the new generation of integrated 3D ultrasonic fingerprint sensor developed by the company and Qualcomm has formed a solution, and the mass production work is progressing in an orderly manner. expect.
On April 15, 2020, Qualcomm and BOE announced a strategic cooperation to develop innovative display products integrating Qualcomm's 3D Sonic ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
It is reported that the two parties have launched the integration of valuable and differentiated functions in BOE's flexible OLED panels, including Qualcomm's 3D Sonic ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
Smartphone manufacturers can create differentiated products with ultra-thin and secure fingerprint solutions. The partnership will also lead to an efficient supply chain and reduced BoM (Bill of Materials) and R&D expenses.
It is understood that compared with optical fingerprints, 3D ultrasonic fingerprints are more secure, can generate 3D images of fingerprints, and only 3D images can unlock mobile phones, and can identify different materials, such as distinguishing between human skin and fake plastic fingerprints, and also It can penetrate thicker glass and realize under-screen recognition; secondly, it can also add more next-generation features at any time.
Based on the cooperation between the two parties, BOE will provide its customers with display products that integrate Qualcomm's 3D Sonic fingerprint sensor.
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