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Precise Biometrics software deployed in Huawei Honor 10


Precise Biometrics announced today that its software for fingerprint recognition in mobile devices, Precise BioMatch Mobile, is deployed in the new Huawei Honor 10. The software has been integrated in a Qualcomm fingerprint sensor under glass.

The company projects the integration will generate royalty revenue from the second quarter of 2018 and will be based on actual sales of fingerprint sensors that utilize Precise BioMatch Mobile.

”We are pleased to provide Precise BioMatch Mobile to Huawei Honor 10 and supporting Qualcomm Technologies with the first commercial implementation of their new generation ultrasonic fingerprint solutions,” said Torgny Hellström, executive chairman of the board of directors at Precise Biometrics. “The design of mobile phones in the higher price segments is increasingly moving towards displays that cover the entire front side. This is an important first step in commercializing our products for under display fingerprint solutions.”

Precise Biometrics published its annual report for 2017 last week. The 104-page document summarizes the market performance and key highlights of the last year for the company, and describes its position and strategy going forward.

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