QiKU 360 F5 Features an FPC1245 Sensor

“…FPC emphasized that it’s the company’s first deployment with Spreadtrum, a China-based chipset maker focused on the lower end of the smartphone price spectrum.”

Fingerprint Cards technology is being used in a new smartphone from QiKU. The 360 F5 features an FPC1245 sensor.

FPC Targets Low-End of Mobile Spectrum with QiKU-Spreadtrum IntegrationIn a statement announcing the integration, FPC emphasized that it’s the company’s first deployment with Spreadtrum, a China-based chipset maker focused on the lower end of the smartphone price spectrum. Commenting on the integration, FPC Business Line Mobile SVP Ted Hansson said Spreadtrum is “very strong in the low-cost segment,” adding, “This launch is a result of our increased focus on Tier 2 and Tier 3 offering.”

This isn’t FPC’s first integration with QiKU, however, with the smartphone maker having used an FPC1025 sensor in its QiKU Flagship Ultimate device from early last year.

The FPC1245 sensor is the same model used in another recent device, Oppo’s F3 Plus. FPC says the 360 F5 is the 20th device to feature this model.

Read more news about Fingerprint Cards:

FPC Gets First Indian Smartphone Integration

FPC Sensor Appears in Another BQ Mobile Device

Oppo Sticks with FPC Sensor for Latest Device

FPC Anticipates 95% Penetration of Addressable Smartphone Market by 2020

FPC Aims To Be the Leader in Biometry

(Originally posted on Mobile ID World)