Sweden's Fingerprint Cards (FPC) has received a US$10.5 million order for its touch fingerprint sensor FPC1025 from a buyer targeting smartphone manufacturers in China, just a week after winning an $8.6 million order from the same region.Jörgen Lantto, acting President and Chief Executive Officer of FPC, said: “In addition to the order announced March 19, this order also applies to deliveries of FPC1025. As previously communicated we are partnering with several module vendors and these orders confirm that our partners will use FPC1025 for deliveries to smartphone manufacturers in China”.FPC said in a statement that the order value of 90 MSEK US$10.5 million is included in the communicated revenue guidance of + 1 000 MSEK for 2015.FPC says that delivery for the first order of its touch fingerprint sensor FPC1025 will take place between March and July 2015. “After the previously announced launches of Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (using FPC1020) and Oppo N3 (using FPC1021), multiple smartphone manufacturers in China have selected FPC1025 as their touch fingerprint sensor, ” said Jörgen Lantto, acting President and Chief Executive Officer of FPC, comments.”This order confirms that FPC1025 will be integrated in smartphones to be launched progressively from Q2 2015 and onwards”. Last November, FPC has confirmed that its FPC1021 touch fingerprint reader has been used in Chinese smartphone maker Oppo's flagship mobile, the N3. In January, FPC announced the launch of two new touch fingerprint sensors and plans to collaborate with China-based electronic firm O-Film.