Fingerprint authentication may come as a default feature in the next build of Android (M).
This news come as no surprise to us, as more and more mobile makers are adding such fingerprint technology to their smartphones in order to increase mobile devices security.
The new feature will allow one to log in or access any of the supported Android apps on their handhelds without the need of entering a password. Fingerprint authentication as well as other interesting new features that will come built-in in the Android M build, are expected to be announced by Google on stage at Google I/O 2015 (the annual developer conference taking place at Moscone Center in San Francisco).
A live stream feed will be live during the event. We recommend staying tuned to Pocketdroid for further details.