Samsung will be pushing out a new update to its Galaxy S10 since many users have been complaining about the on-screen fingerprint scanner. According to a few users, the sensor is slow at times and Samsung has committed to bringing new updates to fix the issue. The ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader is said to be more secure than the optical fingerprint sensors.
Since the Ultrasonic sensor detects the blood flow within the finger to unlock the device it won’t be possible for hackers to unlock the Galaxy S10 using a mold or a photo. The users of the device have been complaining about failures in registration when completing mobile payments when the authentication is required and Samsung is having plans of rolling a Software update to fix the issue.
Well, flagship device comes with an AMOLED Quad HD+ Infinity O displays and will come with a 6.1-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 on top. The handset is powered with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 7nm chipset and also with the Samsung’s new Exynos 9 series-based Exynos 9820 8nm chipset coupled with Adreno 640 GPU and Mali G76 GPU. The devices comes out of the box with Android 9 Pie Operating system and will be getting further updates when available.
The Galaxy S10 is IP68 rated for water and dust resistance and comes with the support of Dolby ATMOS mode along with 3.5mm Audio jack. There is a 3400mAh battery on the device and supports quick charge along with quick wireless charging. The smartphone has a triple camera set up on the rear with two 12MP carps and one 16MP sensor while on the front we can find a 10MP selfie camera. Do you own a Samsung S10 smartphone? Have you faced any issue with the fingerprint reader? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.