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Monday, March 4, 2019

Learn how mobile fingerprint sensor works

Nowadays all fingerprint sensors are being given in the mobile, we all use it but do not know how fingerprint sensor works.
Capacitor fingerprint sensor is used in mobile because it is better than other fingerprint sensors in terms of security. When we first store fingerprints in mobile. So our mobile finger maps the fingerprint
And when we put finger on this sensor again, again the fingerprint map of our finger becomes a map. Which is compiled with a previously stored map. If both are alike, our mobile gets unlocked. Thus fingerprint sensor work.
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