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FPC and Precise Biometrics fingerprint technology featured in four new smartphones

 

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) and Precise Biometrics are providing the fingerprint technology for the new Coolpad Torino S, Coolpad Note 3 Plus, 360 N4 and the Lenovo Z1 powered by ZUK smartphones.

All four devices use Precise Biometrics’ algorithm solution for fingerprint recognition in mobile devices, Precise BioMatch Mobile. The fingerprint algorithm is based on Precise Biometrics’ standardized extractor and matcher technology, which is ISO 19794-2 compliant.

The Coolpad Note 3 device features Fingerprint Cards’ touch fingerprint sensor FPC1025. The Coolpad Torino S and 360 N4 features the FPC1035 sensor and the Lenovo Z1 device features the FPC1155 sensor.

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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