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Title: Huawei Mate 60 Series: A Phoenic Resurrection Amidst Legal Allegations

The Huawei Mate 60 series has witnessed a remarkable resurgence in the global smartphone market. The Chinese tech giant’s growth trajectory, particularly in its home market and several other countries, has been impressive, surpassing major competitors such as the iPhone 15 series. However, this growth story is not without its challenges, specifically in relation to legal disputes.

In this article, we delve into one such alleged dispute that recently surfaced between Huawei and a fellow Chinese technology company, Huiding – or so it seemed.

Huawei’s Ultrasonic Fingerprint Innovation: Allegations Dispelled

Rumors have emerged suggesting potential disputes between Huawei and Huiding. With Huawei increasingly focusing on in-house technological innovations to reduce external dependencies, the company’s ultrasonic fingerprint reader technology placed under the screen has been at the forefront of such efforts. However, independent development does not necessarily preclude potential intellectual property conflicts.

Lately, Huawei has faced allegations that it may have infringed on Huiding’s copyrights in the ultrasonic fingerprint technology. Yet, as is often the case with contact speculation, this claim has since been debunked.

While it’s true that Huawei is developing its own ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensors, patent infringement accusations against Huiding are deemed exaggerated. Furthermore, the company has developed its own algorithm schemes for both optical and capacitive fingerprint readers.

Huawei’s Journey with Ultrasonic Fingerprint Technology

Huawei’s venture into ultrasonic fingerprint technology started much earlier than suggested by the rumors. The company first employed this technology in its Mate 20 Pro model, which was released in 2019. However, the research and development (R&D) process dates back much further.

Given Huawei’s extensive history and experience in this field, it is safe to assume that the company has enough expertise to create its own technology without having to infringe on any company’s patents.

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