The four-second clip shows him unlocking the phone by simply placing his thumb on the bottom part of the display.
Pan shared a brief video showing the feature in action.
Vivo isn't as well-known a brand as Samsung or Apple, but it is selling a lot of smartphones; it is now the fifth-largest manufacturer in terms of global smartphone shipments, according to IDC. After all, he's only "reported" on the HORRIBLE PROBLEM WITH THE IPHONE 8'S BEZEL THAT MUST BE FIXED IMMEDIATELY EVEN THOUGH NO ONE REALLY KNOWS WHAT IT'S GOING TO LOOK LIKE (tip o' the antlers to @JonyIveParody) about 18 bajillion times.
Still, a recent report by Samsung-centric website SamMobile claims that the Galaxy Note 8 could be unveiled at the IFA 2017 event that will be held in Berlin in early September. An anonymous Samsung official said that the company decided not to include it because of "technical limitations such as security".
Each new flagship smartphone from Samsung is more powerful than the last, so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the Galaxy Note 8 will be a monster.
"Rumors say the Galaxy Note 8 will integrate a 6.3" display with only a few millimeters larger than the Galaxy S8 Plus, a dual camera system and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 chipset, a revision of the 835 model now found On S8. It is also capable of recording slow motion films at 960fps, which is four-times the amount offered on Apple's iPhone 7 and the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Although this latest leak shows the scanner on the rear of the phone other rumours have suggested this sensor will actually be placed under the display.
Vivo might not be as popular as Apple or Samsung, but the company is selling a lot of phones.
Apparently, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has a working prototype of this technology. The report has also brought to notice the "awkwardly placed" fingerprint sensor in the phone.