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That thing on the back on the Sony Xperia XA2 is a fingerprint sensor. And it works in the U.S.

Monday January 8, 2018. 05:36 PM , from PC World
New Sony phones don’t usually generate all that much attention in the States, but the next batch from the Japanese giant might be different. That’s not to say people are going to rush to buy them, but the XA2 and the XA2 Ultra do have one thing going for them: They have a fingerprint sensor that works in the U.S.That’s right, an important security feature that is available on the cheapest Android phones wasn’t on any U.S. Sony phone that shipped before 2018. For years, Sony has been shipping phones with novel side-scanning fingerprint sensors that were disabled in the U.S., leaving them without any real biometric security. But that’s finally changing with the launch of the mid-range XA2 and the XA2 Ultra at CES. Presumably, this is the start of a trend that will be carry over to the Xperia XZ2 Premium expected later this year.To read this article in full, please click here
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3246237/android/sony-xperia-xa2-fingerprint-sensor.html#tk.rss_all

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