LAS VEGAS, NV ---- Goodix, developer of human interface and biometric solutions for mobile devices, announces the availability of its fingerprint sensor in LG’s K10 and Stylus 3 smartphones. Designed to unlock smartphones quickly and securely, Goodix’s rear-mounted sensor also allows LG K10 and LG Stylus 3 users to take high-quality photos and screenshots by touching the sensor.
LG joins a host of global brands such as Amazon, Dell, HP, Toshiba, Panasonic, Nokia, Huawei, vivo, OPPO Xiaomi, ZTE Lenovo and Meizu that have turned to Goodix for its fingerprint sensors and capacitive touch controller chips. In collaboration with global brands, Goodix empowers users to trust activities carried out on their mobile devices, such as transactions and secure information sharing.
Goodix’s partnership with LG follows the company’s recognition last month as a CES 2017 Best of Innovation Awards Winner. Recognized for garnering the highest category honor for its Live Fingerprint DetectionTM Sensor, Goodix is the first Chinese IC company to win the award in the Embedded Technologies category. This was Goodix’s third CES award, after winning two Innovation Awards for products exemplifying outstanding design and engineering in 2016.
As Goodix continues to expand its global footprint, the company has an ongoing commitment in promoting higher standards of mobile security through innovation. Goodix’s fingerprint authentication solution is fully compliant with FIDO Universal Authentication Framework (UAF). As one of its members, Goodix reinforced its efforts in research to meet the Alliance’s strict requirements.