LG Does It! Under-glass Fingerprint Sensor Module

  It's not been long since fingerprint sensors were introduced in smartphones. Back in 2011, Motorola was one among the first smartphone manufacturers to introduce the finger print sensor in their mobile phones. The smartphone was named the Motorola Atrix, and was an Android phone. However, I'd like to add that the Motorola Atrix was way ahead of it's time. Then Apple introduced "Touch ID" (which is their fancy name for finger print sensor) in 2013. Eventually after that, a lot of smartphone manufacturers started including them in their smartphones. Now LG Innotek takes it to the next level by introducing a finger-print sensor which is built under-glass. (more…)


My impressions on the CREO Mark 1

India is now the second largest market for smartphones followed by China. Because of this, there has been a lot of start-ups and established brands releasing their phones with good specifications and low prices. A new startup named "CREO" join the race now, and here are my views on the company and on the phone. (more…)

By Bharadwaj Giridhar, ago

What you should know about Whatsapp’s Encryption

Whatsapp is an instant messaging platform which has made millions of people shift from SMS to Whatsapp. Recently the application included an "end-to-end encryption" feature. This feature has been available on alternative applications like Signal and proton mail for a long time. The real question you must ask yourself now is that, "Is it completely secure?" (more…)

By Bharadwaj Giridhar, ago