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Fingerprint Cards announces new deployments


Sweden-based biometrics company Fingerprint Cards today announced new deployments of its touch sensor technology.

The DarkMatter KATIM phone launched with Fingerprint Cards’ touch sensor FPC1145. KATIM is the first handset to come from the UAE-based security company. This secure mobile device requires two-factor user authentication with secure fingerprint verification.

Also announced, unnamed OEMs from Taiwan and Japan recently launched new smartphones powered by Fingerprint Cards’ FPC1272 and FPC1035 touch sensors.

FPC1272 is designed exclusively to be mounted under a layer of glass or ceramics. FPC1035 is optimized for front or rear-mounted button integration on mobile devices.

Earlier this month, Fingerprint Cards and Gentex announced an exclusive partnership agreement to bring iris-scanning technology to the automotive industry.

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