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Lenovo P2 Enhances Security Features, Uses Biometrics With Synaptics Fingerprint Sensor

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The new Lenovo P2 is not only slim and stylish,but is also powerful packed with great features that include enhanced Biometrics capabilities. Lenovo opted to use Synaptics FS4200 fingerprint sensor for their Lenovo P2 smartphone.

With the enhancement, the Lenovo Vibe P2 will enable secure and password free access on the device when it is locked. Mobile payments will be more secure as well.

What is Synaptics Natural ID Fingerprint Sensor?

A new innovation by Synaptics, the Natural ID fingerprint sensor will help users verify identity to ensure that all transactions are secure. Using a physical password is getting risky nowadays and even though there are biometrics features, the fingerprint can be replaced with PIN code. Now, the Natural ID fingerprint sensor, applications can be accessed only through the natural ID for security purposes.

With the new Lenovo Vibe P2 incorporating the Synaptics Natural ID fingerprint sensor, the user of the device will be able to unlock the phone without covering just to make sure no one sees the entered PIN. With its ease of use and security, mobile transactions like payments or online shopping can be done anytime anywhere.

Meanwhile, the new Lenovo Vibe P2 is just another beautiful creation of Lenovo with its classy design and slim body. The Lenovo P2 features a Super AMOLED display in a 5.5inch screen goes well along with its 5100mAh battery that supports fast charging capability makes it perfect for videos as well as in gaming. Its one touch power saver can be helpful in extending battery life with just one slide at the power button.

Moreover, the Lenovo Vibe P2 is running on a latest Android OS, the Android Marshmallow 6.0 which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Octa-core according to Lenovo. With these features, there is no doubt, Lenovo P2 can give the best of the world.

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