Best phones with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 14 Oct 2021 14:13 IST
Best phones with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on Amazon India
Best phones with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor on Amazon India

Between the multiple variations of the fingerprint sensor on smartphones, the side-mounted design offers some distinctive advantages - such as easy access, faster unlocks and more.

There are multiple unique advantages of side-mounted fingerprint scanners on smartphones. For instance, it is a very natural position for your fingers since most of us grip our phone by the sides. Additionally, since most side-mounted fingerprint sensors are located on the power button, they do not require manufacturers to change the external design of the phone in any way. The use of capacitive sensors improves security and unlock speeds as compared to optical sensors commonly used for in-display fingerprint scanners. To help you pick the right phone with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, we’ve curated some of the top phones available on Amazon with this capability, based on their features and specifications.

Mi 11X 5G

Powered by a Snapdragon 870, the Mi 11X 5G promises heavy-duty performance that can handle high-end games and demanding apps. To eliminate lag when opening your files and apps, the 11X uses UFS 3.1 technology for its 128GB onboard storage. With a 4520mAh battery, this model aims to deliver a long battery life. Even when it runs out, you can charge it fully within 52 minutes with the 33W fast charging support. The 6.67-inch FHD+ display on the Mi 11X supports a 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz sampling rate for a smooth and responsive multimedia experience. It also has an A+ rating from DisplayMate for good brightness, colour accuracy and resolution on its display.

realme narzo 30

With the 30W Dart Charge feature, the realme narzo 30 can be charged to full capacity within 65 minutes. That means you get 5000mAh of power almost ready to go in an hour. It also supports OTG reverse charging so that you can power up other devices when you’re on the go. The Helio G95 processor under the hood can keep up with any apps and games that you throw at it. It features a 90Hz FHD display that has a 90.5% screen-to-body ratio for smooth, detailed and immersive visuals. With a promising Triple Camera setup, the narzo 30 includes features like UIS video stabilisation and Super Nightscape for great captures at all times.

Samsung Galaxy M51

If battery life is a priority for you, the Samsung Galaxy M51’s 7000mAh capacity ensures that it lasts for very long. The massive battery capacity can also be used to charge other devices easily with a Type-C to Type-C cable included in the box. Also included is the 25W fast charger that can top up the phone fully in 115 minutes. With the Snapdragon 730G Octa Core processor paired with 6GB RAM, the M51 keeps most average users and gamers equally satisfied. Its 128GB internal memory is expandable up to 512 GB with a dedicated micro-SD card slot. The 6.7-inch sAMOLED display covers up to 110% NTSC Colour Gamut for high colour accuracy.

Redmi Note 10 Pro

The 120Hz Super AMOLED display on the Redmi Note 10 Pro keeps your gaming and browsing experience fluid. Its 64MP Quad Camera setup includes an 8MP Ultrawide, a 5MP Super Tele-macro and a 2MP depth sensor, enabling it to deliver great pictures for a variety of situations. With the Snapdragon 732G platform, the Note 10 Pro aims for impressive gaming performance. It is designed with a thin and light build that is easy to carry in your pockets. With the 33W charger in the box, the 5020mAh battery can be fully charged within 74 minutes. Its design also includes Dual Stereo Speakers for an optimal audio experience.


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