Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. today released related patents for ‘under-screen fingerprint’ technology. In the patent brief, Huawei introduced the new patent as ‘a method for displaying fingerprint prompt patterns, and a method and device for unlocking fingerprints under the screen’. The patent application date is September 11, 2019, and the publication number is CN112487845A.

The patent abstract shows the technical solution provided by the embodiments of this application is used to display the fingerprint prompt pattern. Multiple fingerprint prompt patterns are displayed in turn. And the display positions of the multiple fingerprint patterns in the fingerprint prompt area are not completely overlapped. Therefore, when displaying the fingerprint prompt pattern, it avoids the situation of displaying the fingerprint prompt pattern always in the lighted state. So the method for displaying the fingerprint prompt pattern provided in this application can increase the service life of the display device in the fingerprint prompt area.

Huawei recently intensively published a large number of patents related to smartphones and automobiles, such as ‘a kind of lidar’, ‘training method for pedestrian re-recognition network, pedestrian re-recognition method and device’, ‘road-driving area reasoning method’ and so on. On March 10, Huawei also applied for the publication of a patent for ‘foldable electronic equipment’. The foldable electronic equipment provided by this application will not produce imprints or convex hulls on the surface of the foldable screen during use.

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So as we see, Huawei is actively working on research and development, and most likely, in the near future, we will see new amazing phones with innovations.


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