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Removing the Iris Scanner :
According to some Korean sources, Samsung might ditch the iris scanner in their next flagship device, the Galaxy S10 for more screen real-estate. Making Galaxy Note 9 to be the last Samsung high-end device to offer Iris scanner Tech. Two years before, Samsung launched the iris scanner with the Galaxy Note 7 as a brand-new biometric authentication method, and it made its way forward to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9.
Optical in-display Fingerprint Scanner :
The Korean media also suggested that the company would stay aside from the Iris tech and will introduce an optical in-display fingerprint scanner as the key biometric security authentication. Ultrasonic sensor, manufactured by Qualcomm, is assumed to be also quicker and also more reliable than current sensors utilized in different smartphones. Samsung’s Iris recognition system was never as safe as Apple’s Face ID, or as secure as fingerprint scanning, anyways.
More screen Real-State :
As introduced, the main purpose for Samsung’s move, removing the Iris scanner might be because of the Samsung’s plan to expanding the display. Ultimately increasing the screen-to-body ratio. And as per earlier rumors, two of the Samsung Galaxy S10 versions will have 5.8-inch display panels. And the larger one to have a 6.44-inch display panel. A rumor also suggested that the screen in one of the variants will feature a 93.4 percent STB ratio. The newest rumor also claims that Samsung feels the build in display fingerprint sensor tech has been enhanced adequately enough to eliminate the requirement for a different biometric sensor.
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