AUO released the world’s first 6-inch full-screen optical embedded fingerprint scanning LTPS panel
According to AUO’s official website, AUO participated in the US 2019 SID Display Week (showing 2019) from May 14th to 16th, exhibiting a full range of cutting-edge display technologies, including application to intelligence. The world’s first full-screen optical in-line fingerprint scanning LTPS display with a world’s smallest 4.2 mm through-hole design and an in-line touch LTPS display with a narrowest 1.0 mm bottom frame.
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AUO said that the “published” 6-inch full-screen optical embedded fingerprint scanning LTPS display is the world’s first fingerprint scanning technology that embeds optical sensors in the LCD screen. It is equipped with AHVA and has full HD+ ( 1080 x 2160) and 403 PPI fine image quality. In addition, the full-screen fingerprint scanning area has a sensor resolution of 403 PPI and a fast response time of 30 ms, demonstrating extremely accurate and smooth fingerprint sensing performance.
AUO 6.2-inch Full HD+ (1080 x 2520) in-line touch LTPS display with a world’s smallest 4.2 mm through-hole (through-hole) design. The extremely small aperture is not only visually imperceptible, the 21:9 theater The ultra-wide ratio combines with AHVA technology, so that users who love to pursue drama can enjoy the best entertainment experience at any time.
The 6.3-inch in-cell touch LTPS display with AHVA technology has full HD+ (1080 x 2304) resolution and the world’s narrowest 1.0 mm bottom frame design, which is about 40% smaller than the market frame width.