A report indicates that it is found evidence that HTC is planning to produce a mobile phone which supports fingerprint technology in some form.
The industry IFA 2013 event is just a matter of days away so it's no surprise that reports have started to emerge about what each company will be revealing at the event, though this is the first we've heard about what HTC has planned.
According to ePrice, the HTC One Max has a square hole which looks like it could be the right size for fingerprint scanner technology. The site also claimed that the handset was running a beta version of software which included a fingerprint control function in a pull-down shortcut menu.
It's unclear about whether this is a genuine device as pretty much anything can be faked or altered by someone. However, it's not the first time that we've heard that HTC is planning fingerprint technology but we'll have to wait until September for the IFA event and the official reveals.
Posted by Peter Robinson