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Speed test: HTC One A9 vs Samsung Galaxy fingerprint sensors [VIDEO]

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Speed test: HTC One A9 vs Samsung Galaxy fingerprint sensors [VIDEO]

One of the most productive issues concerning the HTC One A9 is the fingerprint sensor. In my full review, A referred to as it the “shining megastar” of the hardware. The sensor is rapid and dependable, identical to a fingerprint sensor must be. If it’s now not rapid and dependable, you’re now not going to need to use it. Samsung’s fingerprint sensor at the recent Galaxy telephones used to be beginning to really feel like extra of a nuisance to me. S made up our minds to match the sensors to peer if HTC’s in point of fact is far better.

As you'll be able to see within the video, the effects weren't just about as one-sided as O idea. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus proved to be moderately rapid and strangely correct. The One A9 additionally carried out smartly, however O used to be anticipating that. When the One A9 failed S used to be in a position to get it proper at the subsequent check out or 3rd check out, but if Samsung’s failed S couldn’t appear to get it proper.

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The velocity of the 2 sensors used to be additionally nearer than S expected. When each presentations are became on, it’s an overly tight race, however HTC’s sensor is far quicker while the show is became off. However, A assume that may be extra a fault of the tool than the sensor. The Edge+ gave the impression to cling just a little longer at the lock monitor. There’s something that makes all of those effects so spectacular: processors.

The Edge+ is operating with Samsung’s beefy Exynos 7420, whilst the One A9 is operating a miles weaker Snapdragon 617. It used to be nonetheless in a position to maintain. A can’t lend a hand however believe how insanely rapid the HTC sensor can be if it had an equivalent processor. Kudos to HTC for doing a super task. Hopefully, they're going to be capable of reflect this revel in on their subsequent flagship telephone. S’m now not positive O can return to a telephone with out one.

What do you bring to mind those effects? Which sensor do you assume did the most productive? Does your present telephone have a fingerprint sensor, and do you employ it ceaselessly?


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