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Hisense A1 and Lenovo VIBE K4 Note Use Precise Biometrics Algorithm

Hisense A1 and Lenovo VIBE K4 Note Use Precise Biometrics Algorithm

Precise Biometrics‘ flagship algorithm software has been integrated into two major new smartphones. Both Lenovo’s VIBE K4 Note and the Hisense A1 use Precise BioMatch Mobile for their fingerprint scanning. While the China-based Hisense is a slightly less of a household name on the global smartphone market, Lenovo is well-known, offering some strong promotion for Precise Biometrics’…

Precise BioMatch Mobile Powers New Lenovo Biometrics

Precise BioMatch Mobile Powers New Lenovo Biometrics

“In a press release, Precise Biometrics declines to name the “leading Chinese vendor,” but a statement issued today from partner hardware supplier Fingerprint Cards (FPC) indicates that the company in question is Lenovo…” Precise Biometrics technology is enjoying two new integrations with a high-profile smartphone maker, the company has announced. Both devices have embedded the…

Lenovo Integrates FPC Sensor in Two New Smartphones

Lenovo Integrates FPC Sensor in Two New Smartphones

Fingerprint Cards is enjoying two new high-profile smartphone integrations of its fingerprint scanning technology, the company has announced. Its FPC1025 sensor is now featured in Lenovo’s new [Lemon] X3 and [Lemon] X3 Youth devices. In a statement, FPC CEO Jörgen Lantto called Lenovo “a leading global smartphone manufacturer” and asserted, “we are proud that Lenovo selected…

Microsoft, Intel & PC Makers Promote Biometrics

Microsoft, Intel & PC Makers Promote Biometrics

Microsoft, Intel, and computer makers HP, Dell, and Lenovo have teamed up to launch a joint advertising campaign. Under the slogan “PC Does What,” the campaign is aimed at showcasing innovation in the world of personal computers, particularly with respect to the various new offerings from these companies. There are a couple of major ways…

Synaptics Tech On Two New Smartphones

Synaptics Tech On Two New Smartphones

Synaptics technology has found its way into two major new smartphones, the company has announced. Lenovo’s new Vibe P1 device will feature Synaptics’ Natural ID FS4202 sensor, while Xiaomi’s Mi4c integrates Synaptics’ ClearPad S3708 capacitive touch controller. In the case of Lenovo’s new device, the technology in play is a fingerprint touch sensor enabling the Vibe…

New Ideapads Support Windows Facial Recognition

New Ideapads Support Windows Facial Recognition

Lenovo has launched a bunch of new Windows 10 laptops. The Ideapads, comprising the company’s 300, 300s, 500, and 500s series, range widely in technological sophistication and price. As The Verge notes, the array of devices is a little bewildering, with the 300 series laptops marketed as “light and portable machines” and the 500 series…

BioMatch Mobile Powers ZUK Z1 Sensor

BioMatch Mobile Powers ZUK Z1 Sensor

A major new smartphone brand has chosen Precise Biometrics technology for its debut smartphone. The company’s Precise BioMatch Mobile algorithm is powering the fingerprint sensor in ZUK’s new Z1 mobile device. The Lenovo-owned company’s new mid-range smartphone will soon hit the market in China, and while its fingerprint sensor is currently included as a general…

ZUK Uses FPC Sensor in New Device

ZUK Uses FPC Sensor in New Device

Fingerprint Cards AB (FPC) has announced that its technology has been integrated into another prominent China-made smartphone. ZUK’s new Z1 device uses the company’s FPC1155 fingerprint sensor. It’s the same sensor that was recently integrated into Meizu’s new MX5 smartphone, and it has also proven popular with World Peace Industrial Group, a leading distributor in the…

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