Fingerprints celebrates milestone of 600 mobile device models with its biometric sensors
Biometrics now play a central role in mobile devices, and this milestone is testament to Fingerprints’ ability to continue to drive innovation, offering world-leading products in terms of security, user-friendliness and performance.
World-leading biometrics company, Fingerprint Cards AB (Fingerprints™), has announced that its technology has been integrated in 600 different smartphone models. After previously reaching the 400 mark at the end of 2019 and the 500 mark at the beginning of 2021, this new landmark reflects the consistent growth of mobile biometrics and the increasing demand for the convenience and security features that the technology provides. But you have still only seen the beginning. Our fantastic journey continues, and we are committed to driving growth by delivering secure and convenient identification and authentication, simplifying the everyday lives for our global user base.
“We have witnessed accelerated demand for biometrics in smartphones over recent years,” comments Ted Hansson, President Mobile, PC & Access China at Fingerprints. “Biometrics are now the natural choice for manufacturers seeking to increase security and convenience for the whole world of mobile phone users. To see Fingerprints’ sensors now integrated into 600 different smartphone models is a phenomenal achievement. It’s proof that our high-quality products are trusted globally and are paving the way for biometrics’ use across a range of other industries, improving the ease and security of our daily lives.”
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Fingerprint Cards AB (Fingerprints) – the world’s leading biometrics company, with its roots in Sweden. We believe in a secure and seamless universe, where you are the key to everything. Our solutions are found in hundreds of millions of devices and applications, and are used billions of times every day, providing safe and convenient identification and authentication with a human touch. For more information visit our website, read our blog, and follow us on Twitter.