Moto G4 Plus smartphone features Fingerprint Cards touch sensor

Motorola announced that the new Moto G4 Plus smartphone features Fingerprint Cards (FPC) touch fingerprint sensor FPC1035.

Received and expected revenues in 2016 that relate to sales of FPC1035 for this smartphone model are included in FPC’s revenue guidance for 2016.

“Lenovo is a leading global smartphone manufacturer and the Moto brand has always stood for innovation and high quality. We are proud that Motorola selected FPC1035 for its Moto G4 Plus,” said Jörgen Lantto, CEO of FPC. “FPC1035 supports 360 degree finger rotation capability, fast response time and industry leading 3D image quality.”

Precise Biometrics also made an announcement today that its algorithm solution for fingerprint recognition in mobile devices, Precise BioMatch Mobile, has through cooperation with Fingerprint Cards been integrated in a new smartphone from an unnamed leading vendor under its American brand.

”We are pleased that this vendor has chosen to integrate Precise BioMatch Mobile in one of its flagship devices for this brand,” said Håkan Persson, CEO of Precise Biometrics. “Precise Biometrics fingerprint software is integrated in products from over 30 smartphone vendors and has become the preferred choice to ensure a superior user experience and secure identity verification on mobile devices.”

Earlier this year, research firm Acuity Market Intelligence said that more than 200 smartphones incorporating fingerprint, iris, and eye-vein biometrics been introduced since Q1 2013 under 70 brand names including Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, TCL, Oppo, Vivo, and ZTE. Acuity projects that 600 million biometric smartphones are currently in use representing 28% of the global installed base.

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