Lenovo selects Synaptics’ Natural ID fingerprint sensor for its Vibe P2 smartphone

December 28, 2016 - 

Lenovo has selected Synaptics’ Natural ID area touch FS4200 fingerprint sensor for its latest smartphone, the Vibe P2.

Synaptics’ Natural ID fingerprint sensors are available with SentryPoint technology, giving OEMs a wide-range of authentication features including match-in-sensor technology, Quantum Matcher with PurePrint anti-spoof technology, and SecureLink 256-bit AES with TLS 1.2 encryption. Natural ID biometric solutions are designed for smartphones, tablets, notebook PCs, PC peripherals, automotive and other emerging markets.

FS4200 is FIDO Certified by the Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance and fully interoperable among a broad variety of ecosystem products and services that support FIDO specifications focused on password-free convenience, and correlates with the fast growing movement towards secure mobile payment services.

“Lenovo is a key leader, innovator and important Synaptics partner that shares our vision of highly secure and convenient user authentication,” said Anthony Gioeli, vice president, marketing, Biometrics Product Division, Synaptics. “The rapid adoption of fingerprint sensors from flagships to mainstream and value smartphones is driving critical security requirements and Synaptics is addressing all of these market segments.”

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