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6 Smartphones with Fingerprint Scanners

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Are you looking for smartphones with fingerprint scanners? The good thing is that there are many of them available on the market. You can buy a new smartphone with a fingerprint scanner for the same price as for a regular smartphone. This way you will be able to protect your private data. By the way, if you want to buy a regular smartphone, avoid most fragile smartphones that definitely need protection, especially if you have kids.

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According to a survey conducted by Peel, users want different features on their smartphones. The majority of users, 58%, said that they want to be able to control their TVs with their smartphone. Another 19% said they want mobile payments and 10% said they want to be able to monitor their heart with their smartphones.  Only 13% said they want to have a fingerprint scanner on their device. This can be a helpful feature when a user has confidential data.

The first phone with a fingerprint scanner was Motorola Atrix. After this company, Apple used a similar technology. Nowadays, manufacturers use different types of fingerprint scanners. For example, Samsung’s scanner is built in the display. iPhones have a fingerprint scanner in the home key. In general, Android and Windows phones don’t have enough space for a fingerprint scanner on the front side. That’s why some phones have a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone. You should know that all of these scanners are not 100% safe. However, many people think that smartphones with finger scanners are secure so they are still the best way to protect your data.

So, which for smartphones with fingerprint scanners are the safest? A general rule is that the most expensive smartphones are usually the safest. We used Webcusp and Phonegg to provide you a list of smartphones with a fingerprint scanner, you should buy. In addition, the prices are average values and they may vary from seller to seller.

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