Fingerprint Unlocking Comparison Between iPhone 6, Ulefone Be Touch 2, and OnePlus 2

Fingerprint ID has always been the very point that Ulefone hype for its latest flagship Ulefone Be Touch 2. The company is so confident about this feature that they venture putting it in a competition against brand names like iPhone 6 and the lately launched One Plus 2.

Related Article: Ulefone Be Touch 2 Android Smartphone Review

The company has equipped most advanced fingerprint touch ID for advanced security to your device. The fingerprint scanner is accessible on 360-degree rotation, which means just place your finger on front touch ID part in any angle, the device unlocks and does its job within 0.1 -0.5 seconds.

Ulefone Be Touch 2 Performance

According to the video provided, OnePlus is the swiftest in fingerprint unlocking, iPhone 6 seems the slowest, and Ulefone Be Touch 2 ranks in the middle of them. But it’s worth nothing that the fastest OnePlus does not give any animation effect during unlocking while the slowest iPhone 6 has the longest animation. Thus, the reaction speed of the three fingerprint sensors should not be very different.

In addition, unlocking is neither the only nor the most important function of a fingerprint sensor. The apple Touch ID has been used for payment on plenty of platforms while the OnePlus 2 only serves on Alipay, which almost does not work beyond the Chinese Mainland. And Ulefone Be Touch 2, well, it is one of the very few Chinese budget phone models that adopt a front fingerprint scanner.

Design wise, Be Touch 2 has retained a lot of elements from the iPhone 6. It is taller, wider, and thicker than other budget friendly smartphones. The Be Touch 2 promises a lot and packs a decent set too. The device feels and looks like a premium piece of tech,  we’re very impressed by the look and its price. The phone comes with a 5.5inch Full HD Arc screen display which has a resolution of 1920 X 1080p. It has 401 pixels per inch and the display is fairly good.

source Ulefone

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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