new rumor coming from Korea & # 39; South asserts that mobile family Samsung Galaxy A will be equipped with & # 39; sensor finger below the screen prints in 2019.
Fingerprint & # 39; On Display technology (FOD) Is one of the major trends in the field of & # 39; mobileto, but & # 39; now reserved for high-end devices. However, a few weeks ago began to be heard & # 39; romance indicated that Samsung I have planned to introduce reader fingerprint below the screen on phones & # 39; half of their scale, and this information is gain b & # 39; new reports coming from the Asian country.
And, according to Korean media the & # 39; South, Samsung blocked to – provider – of fingerprint sensors & # 39; Under the board, the Chinese company aegis Technology. If this information is true, the serial mobile phones A Galaxy of 2019 will equip this technology, which enables movement differentiate themselves from the competition, along with the growing number of & # 39; & # 39 cameras; after.
Of & # 39; your interest: The Galaxy S10 will have six cameras and compatibility 5G
However, readers fingerprint will not have the – same characteristics as those expected to equip – Samsung Galaxy S10. Rather than have the sensor fingerprint & # 39; ultrasonic emblematic, mobiles A Galaxy will stick optical sensor.
The optical readers fingerprint work by illuminating the screen and cause light to be reflected on the finger & # 39 ;, which allows the component to capture the fingerprint image & # 39; to identify the user by means of & # 39; algorithms to identify footwear modelsthe.
B & # 39; difference – ultrasonic, Optical sensors are less accurate, since the first use ultrasounds to create dimensional image of the fingerprint & # 39;. Optical readers are cheap, so it makes sense to Samsung choose this type for its middle range.
At the moment not known what models range A Galaxy will be equipped with & # 39; this technology in 2019, and we keep in & # 39; also take for granted that Samsung He has not confirmed anything, so we'll have to wait to find out more.
source: The COMPUTER Orda