The Mobile Integrations Continue for FPC

“The slew of newly announced integrations point to the continuing importance of FPC’s mobile business, even as the company seeks to expand into new areas including the automotive sector and biometric payment cards.”

The Mobile Integrations Continue for FPC

A number of new mobile integrations of Fingerprint Cards biometric sensors have come to light over the past week. All of the OEMs involved are based in China, attesting to FPC’s strong focus on the region.

In its new MIX 2S smartphone, Xiaomi has integrated the FPC1235 fingerprint sensor, a model previously integrated in a Meitu smartphone launched last autumn.

OPPO, meanwhile, has integrated the FPC1228 fingerprint sensor into its flagship R15 smartphone, and its F7 device in the India market. This sensor model was also recently integrated into a new pair of smartphones from LG, announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

Finally, Huawei’s new Nova 3e and Enjoy 8 devices each feature an FPC1028, a sensor model that has previously been used in a wide range of smartphones, including earlier Huawei devices announced near the end of last year.

The slew of newly announced integrations point to the continuing importance of FPC’s mobile business, even as the company seeks to expand into new areas including the automotive sector and biometric payment cards. Fingerprint sensors are now ubiquitous on mobile devices, and FPC remains a prominent supplier.