The Samsung Galaxy S10 will arrive with the best screen fingerprint reader in the world

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Fingerprint readers assumed to before and after for the security of our smartphones. Nowadays even the most modest device has one and the manufacturers believe that it is necessary to take the next step. This is none other than the implementation of fingerprint readers under the screen , as we have seen in the recently presented Huawei Mate 20 Pro and OnePlus 6T .

Thanks to them we can remove an element from the front or the back of the devices and maybe it was the logical evolution. However, we lose speed, since the readers are used to have reached a very good level. Luckily, Samsung has a plan to change it, the screen reader of the Galaxy S10 will be the fastest we have seen .

Goodbye to the iris scanner, the fingerprint reader is the most important

According to the well-known leaker Ice Universe, and as we have been able to read in some of its publications on Twitter, Samsung would put aside the iris scanner to focus on a fingerprint reader under the screen that would be the best so far.

We would not talk about an optical fingerprint sensor like the one we found in the OnePlus 6T , but it would be an ultrasonic one. It would not be necessary to flash of light to read our footprint, everything would be carried out thanks to ultrasound , which would draw the physiognomy of our yolk.

In this way, it would be much faster than what we have seen so far, being also more accurate and safe. The same user has also pointed out that the recognition area will be much more extensive, translating this into greater comfort.

There are still some months left for us to meet the Samsung Galaxy S10, which will arrive during the first quarter of next year, but the rumors are becoming more and more present. One of next year’s smartphone candidates is closer than we think.

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