Sony to Put NFC in Android Handsets
Jun 16, 2011, 3:35 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Sony Ericsson will eventually put near-field communications chips into its Android smartphones, according to its partner NXP. Specifically, NXP says Sony Ericsson intends to use its PN65 NFC chip, which includes the NFC radio controller, embedded secure element and NFC software. NXP is also supplying the NFC components for Google's Mobile Wallet product. Sony Ericsson hasn't said when its NFC-enabled handsets will reach the market.
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