Samsung patenta el sensor de huellas dactilares en la pantalla, ¿para el S10?

Samsung patents the in-display fingerprint sensor, for the S10?

Samsung patents the in-display fingerprint sensor, for the S10?

When will the first Samsung smartphone come with an in-display fingerprint sensor? Probably in the next year, South Koreans will dare to experiment. Samsung was quite cautious this year, except for the new A smartphones with three and four cameras, the South Koreans had not dared to great experiments. However, next year we expect some new features, in particular […]



When will the first Samsung smartphone come with an in-display fingerprint sensor? Probably in the next year, South Koreans will dare to experiment. Samsung was quite cautious this year, except for the new A smartphones with three and four cameras, the South Koreans had not dared to great experiments. However, for the next year, we expect some new features, especially for the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10.

Once again a South Korean patent was published, showing an innovation. This time an in-display fingerprint sensor. We recently saw that Samsung would like to integrate the front camera into the display. Samsung wants to use a certain design to prevent the optical fingerprint sensor from deteriorating in quality over time.

Due to external shocks and aging of the device, the distance between the screen and the sensor may vary and therefore the performance of the sensor may be affected. To avoid this, the fingerprint scanner is arranged on the circuit board, in which there is an opening for the sensor. In this way, the fingerprint sensor can be placed at a safe distance from the screen. [Letsgodigital]

As already mentioned, it is difficult to see the future. Is Samsung installing this solution on the Galaxy S10? Or is it another? It also wouldn’t be unthinkable if Samsung only offered Face Unlock. Apple is and will continue to be a role model for the industry.

Samsung would have an even more blatant solution, namely full-screen fingerprint recognition.

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