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Moto and Smartisan launch smartphones with FPC fingerprint sensors


Fingerprint Cards announced this week that three new smartphones feature FPC fingerprint sensors.

Moto’s Green Pomelo 1S features the FPC1145 sensor and Smartisan’s R1 model features the FPC1272 sensor. An unnamed Japanese OEM also launched a new device with an FPC sensor. This follows up last week’s announcement that new smartphones from Xiaomi, Lenovo and Sharp also feature FPC fingerprint sensors.

In the Swedish biometrics company’s latest annual report, CEO Christian Frederikson said that one of FPC’s priorities is developing its ultrasound in-display fingerprint sensor.

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