According to the Korean website The Bell, the S1 0 can not have face lock because there is simply no…
According to the Korean website The Bell, the S1
0 can not have face lock because there is simply no space on the front of the device to accommodate the components required for 3D unlocking. – Image via SoyaCincau
KUALA LUMPUR, December 4th – The hope is definitely based on the launch of Samsung’s future flagship Galaxy S10, which will make its debut next year.
The device will almost definitely work on a brand new display that will require you to have a notch or sleeve to shine the camera.
Known as the Infinity O display display, it is almost built-in, resulting in a full screen front, a small one to hold a camera facing the front.
But getting rid of framing can bring a cost to the Galaxy S10. Samsung may become detached face lock because there is physically no space to accommodate the necessary parts for the feature.
It is not very known for the Galaxy S10 but there are many reliable leaks to continue.
The latest is from a Korean website The Bell a site that proved reliable when it comes to providing leaked information about future Samsung devices.
According to the website, the S10 can not have face lock because there is no space on the front of the device to accommodate the components required for 3D unlocking.
Samsung had thought that the feature would be included in the Galaxy S10 but had to abandon the thought as it needed more time to do the technology.
Samsung works on at least four different variants of the Galaxy S10 – a 5.8-inch S10, 6.2-inch S10 + and a new budget model – all of which have only a front camera.
However, the fourth variant, the code name “Beyond X”, will contain a large 6.7-inch screen and two front-facing cameras.
But the two front cameras will not suffice to support 3D face recognition like that used on the iPhone X series.
The full screen design of the Galaxy S10 also means that there is no space for a dedicated fingerprint sensor.
This means that the S10 will have an in-display fingerprint sensor and interesting, according to BGR, the company has worked on a more sophisticated form of technology.
Instead of an optical in-display fingerprint scanner, the S10 uses a more sophisticated ultrasound-set fingerprint sensor, which is believed to be faster and more accurate than before.
So what do you think? Does not face lock up a deal-breaker for you? Let us know in the comments. – SoyaCincau