Filed under: Cellphones
Cellphones with built-in fingerprint scanners aren’t exactly revolutionary, but a recent patent application filed by Nokia could foreshadow mobile displays that recognize and react to biometric inputs. More specifically, the technology would see a touch-sensitive user interface that could allow / deny access or morph depending on what user swiped their finger. Moreover, a mysterious “visual display cursor” is also referenced, which would seemingly allow the device to bring important applications / lists / etc. to the screen’s forefront depending on the preferences saved for each fingerprint. As always, it’s a mystery as to when something like this will actually go mainstream, but we certainly dig the sound of it — even when written in totally incomprehensible patent app lingo.
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