Huawei Mate7 ends password fatigue with single-touch fingerprint access, launches this November

 

No more passwords or lock codes for the Huawei Mate 7.

Huawei Technologies Philippines will launch on November 2014 the Mate7, the market’s first 6-inch smartphone with instant single-touch fingerprint access to put an end to password fatigue.

Its fingerprint sensor is the world’s fastest way to wake up your phone, at least 80% faster than devices that use a slower sweeping recognition option.

Huawei Mate7 fingerprint reader

Convenient, but Secure

  • Located on the back of the handset, where the index finger rests when holding the phone, and measuring 9.16mm x 9.16mm, the reader supports up to five sets of different fingerprint records. These records can be allocated to normal and guest modes, so a user can switch modes to enhance protection when securing private folders, applications, or payment information.
  • The reader has a higher 508PPI ratio for enhanced reader accuracy so there’s no need to swipe repeatedly before being able to unlock the device – even with wet fingers or under light rain conditions.
  • ARM TrustZone also stores encrypted data of the fingerprint within the chipset for better protection by SecureOS, and prevents direct access by third-parties.

Huawei Mate7 launch, specs, price

Launched at Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) 2014 in Berlin Germany, Huawei Mate7 is set to launch in the Philippines this November 2014.

Author

Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.