Well, speculations and rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy S10  will continue to spark. Lots of rumors but Major one that has been trending is the under-display fingerprint sensor.

Samsung is back again
Tecnology will continue its crazy stay in our environments.
Tremendous news and likely said It’s already half a year the Samsung company released Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

On set, it’s been confirmed though that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will earn the honor of being Samsung’s first smart phone with an under-display (or in-screen) fingerprint sensor.

Several sources have further revealed that the in-screen fingerprint sensor set to be use on the Galaxy S10 are Qualcomm’s third-generation readers as it meets Samsung’s requirements.

Technologically, the fingerprint sensors to be are ultrasonic readers as opposed to optical readers. This is because optical readers requires transparent screens, meaning their functionality will be interfered by factors like lighting conditions. Ultrasonic readers, on the other hand, are not vulnerable to such outside influence.

The ultrasonic fingerprint readers are going to be supply to Samsung by Qualcomm.
General Interface Solutions (GIS) and O-Film. GIS and O-Film will collaborate to produce these sensors as GIS have previously worked with Qualcomm while O-Film worked with Vivo to release the first-ever under-display smartphones in the world — Vivo X20 UD and X21 UD.

Without argument, Samsung Galaxy S10 is the backbone of android phones. Surely competing with apple products.
Better said, join the class of Samsung Galaxy S10 and be a winner in the world of android products. Having a face to face battle with apple on which product has the best features needed for humanity to be at peace with technology, Samsung is on the line of battle.
Don’t go crazy, be considerate in what you do. Go for the Samsung product you can afford.

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