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Budget Android smartphones will receive the coveted function

Apple, unfortunately, does not release budget smartphones with a price tag of up to $400 at least to buy a new mobile device at the start of sales for this amount of money is not possible.

Бюджетные смартфоны на Android получат самую желанную функцию

Another thing is the gadgets based on Android, for which manufacturers can ask for as much money as they wish themselves, of course, on the basis of cost and other factors.

As we found out today, soon all budget phones running the OS from Google would receive the desired function.

In particular, how did you find the publication DigiTimes, citing its sources in the supply chain, currently known handset makers in China are working actively to their mobile devices in primary and secondary education were integrated built-in display, fingerprint scanner.

It is reported that soon to meet it will be in budget phones, Vivo, Meizu, Xiaomi and Huawei, as well as many other brands.Бюджетные смартфоны на Android получат самую желанную функциюThe main difficulty is to produce such a fingerprint module, which has a very small cost to setting it in the budget phones have almost no impact on their value.

It is expected that Xiaomi, Meizu, Vivo, Oppo and other producers will present their budget smartphones with built-in screen fingerprint scanner in the first half of 2019, however, most likely, initially, this feature will meet in mobile devices with a price tag above the initial price range.Бюджетные смартфоны на Android получат самую желанную функциюIt is obvious that the fingerprint scanner in the screen – this is the function, which had long been a dream of many owners of mobile devices.

Currently it can be found only in a few models of smartphones, and buy them in Europe and especially in the United States is extremely difficult, because all such products are intended for sale primarily in China.

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Trayan Markevich
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.

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