FPC touch sensor FPC1145 featured in new HiSense A2 smartphone

January 13, 2017 - 

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) announced that HiSense A2 smartphone has launched featuring the company’s fingerprint sensor FPC1145.

Making its debut last week at CES 2017, HiSense’s new A2-Dual Screen Phone features a dual screen, a set of cameras (16MP with flash and 5MP), fingerprint sensor, microSD card slot, a 3Ah battery, and dual-SIM card slots.

The touch sensor FPC1145 delivers 3D pixel sensing technology that reads nearly any finger, regardless of whether it is dry or wet.

The sensor’s elongated shape enables flexible design integrations with high performance, maximizing security and speed for the end user.

Previously reported, Fingerprint Cards (FPC) launched a new product that will enable secure communication from its portfolio of fingerprint touch sensors to the host CPU’s protected enclave, including a wide range of PCs.

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