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Test the Claim

OnePlus claims that OnePlus 60 ;):D in-display (or as Linus prefers Under-display) fingerprint sensor becomes faster with use. Will you test this claim ?

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That doesn't sound technologically possible...

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

That doesn't sound technologically possible...

The physical hardware can't become faster, but it could get better at recognizing your fingerprint (in theory).

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1 minute ago, 79wjd said:

The physical hardware can't become faster, but it could get better at recognizing your fingerprint (in theory).

In theory, yes.

 

I could see how that could happen, but it seems like it would take a bit more effort than a smartphone manufacturer would want to put in.

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2 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

In theory, yes.

 

I could see how that could happen, but it seems like it would take a bit more effort than a smartphone manufacturer would want to put in.

I mean, you can do this with apple's fingerprint sensors. You can go back into the touch ID settings and like "add more" to the fingerprint (like sides and stuff) to make it more accurate. 

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On 12/11/2018 at 5:08 AM, Crunchy Dragon said:

In theory, yes.

 

I could see how that could happen, but it seems like it would take a bit more effort than a smartphone manufacturer would want to put in.

It's not that hard? They probably use machine learning to recognize the fingerprint. So more fingerprints means more accuracy. More accuracy means that you can make it faster so it had the same accuracy as before.

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Many people in OP6t forums did mention, that it got faster (especially with the last 2 Updates).

 

Also, 1 Month after i got my 6t, i ordered the Thunder Purple one, to switch over.

When i set it up, the Fingerprint sensor seemed a good bit slower than on my 1 month old 6t, that has had tons of unlocks so far.

 

 

It's not a scientific research, but i would claim it to be true: It does get faster and more reliable over time.

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