Fingerprint Sensor Market Analysis by Global Industry Growth, Regions, Types and Forecasts 2025

According to Market Study Report, COVID-19 Impact on Fingerprint Sensor Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the Fingerprint Sensor Market segments, including their dynamics, size, growth, regulatory requirements, competitive landscape, and emerging opportunities of global industry.

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The Global Fingerprint Sensor Market size is expected to grow from USD 3.0 Billion in 2020 to USD 6.0 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 15.2%.

Top Key Players Profiled in the Fingerprint Sensor Market:

  • Goodix (China)
  • Fingerprint Cards (Sweden)
  • Synaptics (US)
  • Apple (US)
  • IDEX Biometrics (Norway)
  • NEXT Biometrics (Norway)
  • Novatek Microelectronics (Taiwan)
  • Qualcomm (US)
  • ELAN Microelectronics (Taiwan)
  • Japan Display (Japan)
  • Egis Technology (Taiwan)
  • CrucialTec (South Korea)
  • Q Technology (China)

“Optical: The fastest-growing segment of the fingerprint sensor market, by technology”

Optical is the fastest-growing segment of the fingerprint sensor market, by technology. Numerous smartphone players such as Samsung and Vivo have launched new smartphones in Q1 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, which incorporate optical fingerprint technology.

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“Consumer Electronics: The largest segment of the fingerprint sensor market, by Application”

Consumer Electronics is estimated to be the largest segment of fingerprint sensor market, by application. Fingerprint sensors find various applications in devices such as smartphones, smartwatches, laptops/notebooks, and USB flash drives. As the majority of the consumer electronic products are manufactured in China, and the country was in lockdown in February and few weeks of March 2020, the production was hampered severely in the Q1 of 2020.

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