It seems that the South Korean giant Samsung continues to position its future Samsung Galaxy S10 as a device in which it will introduce new technologies. As now according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant Samsung’s upcoming smartphone, Galaxy S10 to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and 3D sensor tech just like the tech giant Apple’s Face ID.
Galaxy S10 To Feature In-Display Fingerprint And 3D Sensor Tech
The South Korean giant Samsung continues to position its future Samsung Galaxy S10 as a device in which it will introduce new technologies. This, in turn, means leaving others behind, and that is why they would replace the iris scanner with a new 3D scanner for facial recognition.
Till to the date, the South Korean giant Samsung has always opted for the same solution for facial recognition of their Galaxy S phones. For some time they have offered an iris scanner to unlock the mobile phone using their eyes, a sort of solution for more advanced solutions.
However, it is a method that increasingly becomes obsolete and requires more accuracy when positioning to unlock a device, hence, the South Korean giant Samsung would be thinking about getting rid of it for the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The information comes from the well-known Korean medium The Bell that cites people close to the industry and who are responsible for billing security parts for Samsung. The question is very simple: facing the Samsung Galaxy S10 are not asking for parts related to the iris scanner.
Although it is still in the early stages of terminal development, the truth is that it may be indicative of Samsung’s strategy change. After all, an iris scanner is not as effective as, for example, the tech giant Apple’s Face ID; and it has to improve it.
The 3D sensor would accompany the fingerprint reader under the screen
In addition, facing the Samsung Galaxy S10 would not be the only new security technology that would be integrated into the mobile. The device that will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the line is also positioned to release the fingerprint sensor under the Samsung screen, thus becoming the standard of two new methods of unlocking the phone for the Korean company. It would also mean a great technological advance for the company.
So things behind must be the technologies that no longer serve. The iris scanner has fulfilled its functions, but it has little life left if Samsung decides to continue with this strategy.
In the same way, it is very likely that the traditional fingerprint sensor also ends up disappearing if the sensor is integrated under the screen, since it does not seem that any company wants to bet on introducing both options at the same time, with a sensor on the front and another in the back area.
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