Another major new smartphone features a fingerprint sensor powered by Precise Biometrics technology. The integration comes by way of partner Fingerprint Cards (FPC), whose FPC1025 sensor is being used in Huawei’s new MaiMang 4.
The FPC1025 relies on Precise Biometrics’ Precise BioMatch Mobile system. In a statement, Precise Biometrics CEO Håkan Persson expressed his company’s pleasure at the Huawei’s integration. “We appreciate their continued trust in Precise Biometrics’ fingerprint technology,” he said, referring to the continued business between the companies; Huawei’s recently-launched Honor 7 smartphone also uses an FPC1025 sensor.
It’s the second major integration being celebrated by the company this week, which has also seen the launch of the OnePlus 2 smartphone, whose makers have loudly touted their “lightning quick” sensor. That integration, too, was enabled by FPC. The partnership has helped both companies to become leading players in the fingerprint sensor market for Asia-based smartphones, with numerous prominent OEMs having integrated their technology in this year alone.