Leading Asian Smartphone OEM to Use Elliptic Labs’ AI Virtual Proximity Sensor™ in Four New Models
“Securing yet another license contract with this large OEM demonstrates the value-add of our virtual sensors,” said Laila Danielsen, CEO of Elliptic Labs. “As our OEM customers continue deploying our technology into more phone models and products, the benefits of replacing hardware with advanced software are increasingly evident, such as compelling cost, space savings and enhanced functionality.”
INNER BEAUTY was introduced in 2016 and immediately revolutionized smartphone design by creating a new approach to proximity sensing, a necessary function that turns off the screen and disables the touch functionality when users hold the device up to their ear. INNER BEAUTY made possible full-screen phones without holes on the front, eliminating the need for the thick bezels that had been standard before Elliptic Labs’ software-only solution was available to OEMs.
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About Elliptic Labs
Elliptic Labs is a global enterprise targeting the smartphone, laptop, IoT, and automotive markets. Founded in 2006 as a research spin-off from Norway’s Oslo University, the company’s patented AI software combines ultrasound and sensor-fusion algorithms to deliver intuitive 3D gesture, proximity, and presence sensing experiences. Its scalable AI Virtual Smart Sensor Platform™ creates software-only sensors that are sustainable, eco-friendly, and already deployed in hundreds of millions of devices around the world. Elliptic Labs is the only software company that has delivered detection capabilities using AI software, ultrasound, and sensor-fusion deployed at scale. It filed its IPO with the Euronext Growth Market in October 2020.
Elliptic Labs is headquartered in Norway with presence in the USA, China, South-Korea, Taiwan, and Japan. Its technology and IP are developed in Norway and are solely owned by the company.