Atrua product is called "Atrua Wings" and works like the touchpad on laptops, allowing users to scroll through menus and choose items with the touch of a finger. Only, the same sensor acts as a fingerprint reader, increasing the security of wireless transactions and simplifying the sign-in process on secure Web sites. Atrua's unique software algorithms and a small, low power, cost-effective finger imaging sensor simplifies device interaction and enhances functionality of mobile devices such as cellular phones, PDAs and mobile PCs.
The company said manufacturing of its product would begin in the second quarter and phones with the Wings technology built in will be on the market by the end of the year.
At that last part, are you talking about $150 mediatek device being compared with $500 Qualcomm device? Because I'm pretty sure we are comparing with $530 Meizu Pro 7 plus powered by Helio X30. You keep talking about cheap brand. Lets compare it with...
Well needed to wait much more to make it mainstream my galaxy s6 is first galaxy phone with fingerprint scanner from 2015 11 years from original news date :)
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