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LG Innotek Embeds Fingerprint Sensor in Front Glass

by Norbert Hildebrand

LG Innotek has announced the development of a fingerprint sensor for mobile devices. While fingerprint sensors are widely used already in higher end smartphones and other products, they all rely on a sensor that …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartphones| Vol 23 - Issue 17

MWC Round-Up

by Bob Raikes

France’s Archos was showing two new smartphones: the Diamond 2+ and Diamond 2 Note. The former has a 5.5″ (1920 x 1080) display, while the latter is 6″ (2560 x 1440). The 2+ has …

Tags:Android| Collaboration| Fingerprint Recognition| HP Inc| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Smartphones| Vol 23 - Issue 08| Wearables

Asahi Etches Glass for Fingerprints

by Tom Allen

Asahi Glass was showing a new cover glass product, on the CrucialTec stand, with a recess to house a fingerprint sensor. It is called ‘Glass on Top with Shine’. Today’s fingerprint sensors can read …

Tags:Asahi Glass Corporation (AGC)| Fingerprint Recognition| Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Vol 23 - Issue 08

MWC is Here!

by Tom Allen

Mobile World Congress takes place in Barcelona this week. Samsung and LG have already announced their plans to launch new flagship phones (LG and Samsung Prepare World for New Flagships), but there’s more news …

Tags:biometrics| Fingerprint Recognition| Glass| LG Electronics (LGE)| Microsoft| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2016| Pen Input| Smartphones| TPK| Vol 23 - Issue 06

FPC Claims LG Design Win

by Tom Allen

LG’s V10 smartphone (LG Goes Dual-Screen, Dual-Camera for Content Creation) features a fingerprint sensor from Fingerprint Cards AB. The sensor (FPC1035) supports 360° finger rotation.

Tags:Back Panel| Fingerprint Recognition| LG Electronics (LGE)| Mobile Display Monitor| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 39

Jenetric Combines Fingerprint Sensor with Display

by Bob Raikes

Jenetech fingerprint scannerJenetric of Jena in Germay has developed a new fingerprint sensor that uses an optical TFT technology that also adds an area for display of instructions and prompts to users. The “Livetouch …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 39

Apple Could Eliminate Home Button With New Chip

by Tom Allen

Apple is developing a touch and display driver integration (TDDI) single-chip solution for its iPhones, say Asian sources. The solution, being developed inside Apple, will be used in future iPhone designs, with ultra-thin bezels. …

Tags:Apple| Fingerprint Recognition| iPhone| Mobile Display Monitor| Security| Vol 22 - Issue 26

Moto X: Biometric Security Called Into Question

by Tom Allen

Chinese website HellomotoHK has posted images that it claims are of the frame of the upcoming Moto X (2015) smartphone, from Motorola. Previous rumours had claimed that the phone would have a fingerprint sensor, …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Motorola| Security| Smartphones| Vol 22 - Issue 24

ZTE Uses Thin Bezels for Phone Control

by Tom Allen

ZTE has unveiled its new flagship phone, launched in China last month, for the US market: the Nubia Z9, featuring a ‘borderless’ screen. Information is currently very thin, but we understand that Nubia uses …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| Narrow Bezels| Smartphones| USA| Vol 22 - Issue 24

Nubia Uses Thin Bezels for Phone Control

by Tom Allen

nubia, a high-end Android smart phone manufacturer, unveiled today its flagship 2015 device in the U.S., the nubia Z9 – a leap forward in borderless styling and ease of use for Android smartphones. …

Tags:Fingerprint Recognition| Narrow Bezels| Smartphones| USA