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Qualcomm unveils fingerprint scan, authentication sensors

Friday 30 June 2017 | 09:11 CET | News
Qualcomm unveiled a new fingerprint scanning and authentication technology at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. The Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors is capable of scanning through a display, thick glass or metal and can detect directional gestures. It can operate underwater and detect heartbeat and blood flow for increased autentication. It also features a device wake-up.

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Companies: Qualcomm
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