For some generations iris scanner . In this way, the aim was to increase the accuracy of some jobs such as unlocking the device without having to touch it. Well, it seems that this option will not be part of the next high-end terminal of the firm: the Samsung Galaxy S10 .
The fact is that this technology that takes a couple of years between us and, more specifically in the high-end models of the Korean firm, points to a fall in disuse to find solutions to make the most of the front with the and move forward to reduce more frames of the device. Therefore, eliminating this element does not mean that is included in the company’s terminal.
Therefore, it seems that in the Samsung Galaxy S10 the bet on what has to do with integrated biometric elements will be exclusively the fingerprint reader , which all points to what will happen from the back of the device to be located on the front panel. It remains to be seen what kind of technology is used – Qualcomm ultrasound – and if this model is able to offer more screen surface to use this integrated accessory. A detail: some sources indicate that the most economic model of the future product range of the company could include this element on the side to achieve more adjusted costs.
All true screen, one of the bets of the Samsung Galaxy S10
With the data that little by little they are getting to know about the , it seems quite clear that the firm has as use of its great objectives it offers a model that offers a frontal that is practically All Screen (it is spoken of an advantage that could surpass 96% , nothing less). The case is that to achieve this one of the things that will be done is to dispense with the iris scanner and, apparently, the camera will also be integrated for selfies under the panel . We will see if this is true and, if so, how is the operation and effectiveness offered.
The fact is that with the great competition that there is in the market at present, where companies like do without some element , which obviously is not vital, it must be done. And you know: sometimes it’s good to take a step back to get momentum and move in the right direction.