Really Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Use Fingerprint Scanner on Screen?

Scanning fingerprints on the screen as one form of user authentication on smart devices, no doubt has become a new trend in the smartphone nowadays. So far, there are only three smartphones featuring fingerprint identification technology beneath the screen. As you know, the smartphone is Vivo X20 Plus UD, Vivo X21 UD, and Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design. There is also Vivo APEX which is also equipped with fingerprint scanner designed half screen. As a new trend embedded in smartphones today, global OEMs do not want to miss to work on the trend. One of them is Samsung who reportedly will start development of this technology in the Galaxy S10.

According to information obtained from local media in South Korea, Samsung has officially confirmed the Galaxy S10 and S10 + screen. Both phones will continue to use a screen type like Samsung S9, but the screen size will change. Samsung Galaxy S10 will be packed with a screen measuring 5.8 inches, while the S10 + will feature a 6.3 inch screen. The Galaxy S9 model packed with 5.77 inch screen, while S9 + display 6.22 inch screen.

A source who mentioned that the screen Galaxy S10 and S10 + will begin production in November. Considering the fact that the screen production time is about six months, it is unlikely that the screen size mentioned will change.

But more interesting, mentioned that the Galaxy S10 will come with the support of fingerprint scanner on the screen as the three smartphones mentioned above earlier.

Previously, it was reported that Samsung is working with several companies that focus on developing fingerprint scanning technology under the smartphone screen. However, at the moment, it is still unclear what companies will make the sensor-equipped display components for Samsung.

In addition, Samsung Galaxy S10 is also reportedly will be equipped with facial scanning features or similar to FaceID feature in iPhone X. This dketahui originally from the news that says that Samsung is developing 3D modules on smartphones.

Source: GizChina

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