LG reportedly opts for fingerprint scanners in flagship devices

LG reportedly opts for fingerprint scanners in flagship devices

Fingerprint sensors are becoming a new trend in smartphones. Recently, we saw the HTC One Max with a fingerprint sensor on its back, and also the new iPhone was launched with one as well. Now it seems that LG is planning to introduce the new trend in their phones as well. According to ETNews, future LG smartphones i.e. LG G3 and G2 Pro will feature fingerprint recognition technology and it will be located on the back, just like we saw the volume and power button on the G2.

It is said that LG wanted to launch the G2 with such technology, but due to lengthy development process and low yield, they had to let it go. It is expected that LG will release the new G3 in May 2014, and G2 Pro before that. So it seems LG got a lot up their shelves.

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Source: ET News via Gforgames

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