Samsung is preparing to replace Qualcomm's fingerprint sensor

Samsung plans to replace Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor technology in its next generation of smartphones.

Samsung has released a new software update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 through which it addressed the problem of the fingerprint sensor that was detected by some users, and in a new report came from Korea today, confirmed that Samsung is on the way to replace Qualcomm technology.

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The report published in Korea recently, that the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor technology provided by Qualcomm, has caused complaints from many users of phones Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10, sparking controversy over the protection standards in the versions of Samsung.

Some users of the phones Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 on the possibility of penetrating the technology of fingerprint sensor with other fingerprints, which led to the prohibition of these devices and phones temporarily in some banks.

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Qualcomm introduced the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor technology for the first time in 2018, but the security problems faced by Samsung in the recent period will lead to the replacement of the technology during the next year.