Telecommunications and Wireless Capacitive Fingerprint Sensors on Smartphones

Telecommunications and Wireless Capacitive Fingerprint Sensors on Smartphones

Telecommunications & Wireless: Capacitive Fingerprint Sensors on Smartphones: Supply Chain and Future Developments

In the wake of its acquisition of capacitive fingerprint sensor maker AuthenTec in mid-2012, Apple rolled out iPhone 5S that incorporates an embedded capacitive fingerprint sensor in 2013 and gained intense media attention. Later, the HTC Max and the Samsung Galaxy S5 were released and both embraced a fingerprint sensor similar to the iPhone 5S.

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Fingerprint sensor technology is not the first time being used on mobile phones though. Key factors affecting the adoption of fingerprint sensors are whether its ecosystem will take shape and whether it will become a common feature on mobile phones. This report summarizes how capacitive fingerprint sensors have evolved, and examines how the industry's supply chain collaborates.

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Comparison of Fingerprint Sensor Smartphones Launched by Branded Vendors
Comparison of Area Type and Swipe Type Sensors

Fingerprint Sensor Technology and Category Types
Operation Flow of Fingerprint Identification System
Capacitive Fingerprint Industry Landscape and Key Players
Capacitive Fingerprint Patent Filing Years and Patent Numbers
Top 20 Capacitive Fingerprint ID Patent Holders by Region
Mergers and Acquisitions in the Capacitive Fingerprint Sensor Industry
Apple\'s Acquisition of AuthenTec and AuthenTec\'s Acquisitions in the Past
Major Suppliers of Mobile Phone Fingerprint ID Sensors, Patent Filing Year, and Patent-holding Numbers

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