Fujitsu launches smartphone and tablet with FPC1080 swipe fingerprint sensor

October 6, 2014 - 

Fujitsu has launched a new smartphone, along with a new Android tablet embedding FPC1080 swipe sensor technology.

Fujitsu’s new Arrows NX F-02G smartphone and the Arrows Tab F-03G tablet are both embedded with Fingerprint Cards AB’s FPC1080 swipe sensor technology.

With its low power consumption, as well as hardware integrated support for regular image capture, navigation (motion estimation) and automatic finger detection mechanisms, FPC1080 is ideal for portable devices.

“We are proud to see more and more products being launched in different parts of the world,” said Jörgen Lantto, acting president and CEO of FPC. “These two new products from Fujitsu are the 31st and 32nd mobile devices successfully launched in the market with FPC fingerprint technology and they are further evidence of FPC’s world-leading position as technology supplier of capacitive fingerprint sensors with best image quality, performance and lowest power consumption.”

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