Precise Biometrics’ fingerprint recognition technology has found its way into two prominent new mobile devices, the company has announced. The integrations once again come by way of partnering sensor developer Fingerprint Cards (FPC).
Those new devices, announced yesterday, are the Huawei Honor 7 and the Meizu MX5 smartphones. The former uses the FPC1025 sensor while the latter uses the FPC1155; both sensors use Precise Biometrics algorithms. The integrations should start bringing in licensing revenue for Precise Biometrics in the third quarter of this year, with the precise value depending upon FPC deliveries and thus not possible to forecast.
In a statement, Precise Biometrics CEO Håkan Persson explained that both devices’ sensors rely on the Precise BioMatch Mobile system, and asserted, “We are confident that they with Precise BioMatch Mobile have found an excellent solution for their new smartphone models.”
The company received a prestigious award from Frost & Sullivan for just this system back in April, and has since enjoyed a few high-profile integrations of its technology in China-made smartphones, via partner FPC’s sensors. These latest integrations are for mobile device from even more prominent smartphone makers, which should further cement Precise Biometrics’ credibility in the market.