Top 10 Smartphones With The Finger Print Technology

Smart phones are getting much improved with the new attributes and options. Some favourable features such as finger print scanning is turning out to be the most sort after feature and people love to own smart phones with it. So, here is a list of top 10 smartphones with the finger print technology.

Motorola was the first manufacturer to offer this feature, which was later followed by Apple 5S, HTC One Max, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4 and new One Plus 2.

One Plus 2


The fingerprint scanner is quicker than the iPhone TouchID and lets you store up to five fingerprints. The new phone in the market is brandishing its colours high with new updates at reasonable price. It can unlock the phone under a second.

Galaxy S6


Initially, the phone was loaded with swipe action to unlock the phone but was later substituted by “touch and stay” technique to unlock, similar to that of the iPhone. Currently, the user has to place his/her finger on the home button to unlock the phone. It is the best dominant scanners found in any Samsung device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge


The Fingerprint sensor available in Galaxy S5 is improved than the one found in the Note 4. But, the Note 4 is supposedly more precise by 95 percent. Few other Samsung Smartphones empowered with Fingerprint sensors are the Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy S5 Mini and Galaxy S5 Plus.

HTC One Max


The fingerprint sensor on the One Max is located behind the phone, just below the camera and has drawn its inspiration from the Apple’s Touch ID. However, it is said that the touch sensors are not as precise as Apple’s Touch ID.

Samsung Galaxy S5


This phone was the debut phone of Samsung to have a fingerprint sensor. It is located on the home button and the phone has to be swiped from top to bottom to unlock. The attribute is believed to be not very user-friendly for which it requires precision while swiping.

Xolo Q2100


Xolo Q2100 is the low-priced fingerprint sensor budget phone.  Users found its sensors to be precise, which is located at the rear of the phone.  It helps protect your personal data and the need to remember your password every time it is used.

Apple iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus


Apple, has now incorporated a fingerprint technology starting from their 5th generation devices. The attribute is called Touch ID and is considered by many as the most precise fingerprint sensor. Initially, Apple included it in the iPhone 5s, wherein the Touch ID does not save any images of your fingerprint, but a mathematical depiction of it. It is encrypted and safeguarded with a key available only to the secure reserve.

Huawei Ascend Mate 7


The Ascend Mate 7 is loaded with a 360 degree fingerprint sensor, located at the rear of the phone where you can easily place your finger on the back of the phone. It does not require any button to unlock and has an inventive design that accepts speedy and precise identification making it more appropriate for its users.

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by techtalks @TechTalks September 16, 2015 9:43 AM UTC


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