Samsung has long been promoting its unlocking technology for scanning the iris of the eye, but in the next flagship, Samsung Galaxy S10 will abandon this technology in favour of 3D-scanning the face and the on-screen fingerprint scanner. This is reported by the Korean edition of The Bell.
On-screen fingerprint scanners from the beginning of this year are already being used by Chinese smartphone manufacturers in mass products, but first-tier brands are slow to implement such solutions due to insufficient unlocking speed. Samsung can improve the technology so that on-screen dactyloscopic sensors are not inferior in speed to analog ones. In addition, the 3D face scanning system from Samsung should become an analog of Apple FaceID.
Recall that according to the latest rumours Samsung Galaxy S10 can get a triple main camera. Diagonal displays will be 5.8 and 6.3 inches in standard and Plus versions respectively. The network has already been rendered, as the Samsung Galaxy S10 might look like.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will receive a 3D-scanning face and a screen-based fingerprint scanner
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