DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/zlhk8g/capacitive) has announced the addition of the "Capacitive Fingerprint Sensors on Smartphones: Supply Chain and Future Developments" report to their offering.
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. 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.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Development of Fingerprint Sensors on Mobile Phones
1.1 Landscape of Mobile Phone Fingerprint Sensors Taking Shape
1.1.1 The Rise of Security Issues Surrounding PC-like Mobile Phones
1.1.2 Demand for Safe Online Transactions Increases as e-Commerce Booms
1.2 Capacitive as The Most Commonly Used Fingerprint Sensor Technology on Mobile Phones
1.3 Area Type Sensors Focus more on Intuitive UI; Swipe Type Sensors Have High Level of Design Flexibility
2. Capacitive Fingerprint Sensor Industry Structure and Development
2.1 US and Japanese Vendors Lead the Market Whilst Taiwanese Vendors Dedicated to Contract Manufacturing
2.2 Mergers and Acquisitions Intensify Industry Concentration
2.2.1 Apple's Acquisition of AuthenTec to Cause Wave
2.3 Touch Controller IC Designers to Seek Opportunities in the Fingerprint Sensor Industry
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