The Korean manufacturer may decide to introduce another technology to its mid range smartphones. After triple (and quadruple) cameras, it's time for the fingerprint reader to be embedded on the screen.
As early as next year, the Samsung Galaki S10 will get an ultrasound fingerprint reader that will be implemented directly under its display. Sources from Taiwan have suggested that a similar situation can be expected from the Korean manufacturer of average equipment prices.
A few weeks ago, DJ Koh confirmed that Koreans would be some kind of experimental field, and smartphones themselves will have functions known only from leading equipment.
Unfortunately, there is a problem: the middle domain of the Samsung device will use an optical fingerprint reader under the screen – this technology is a bit slower and less accurate than an ultrasound scanner. However, this could be expected.
It is currently not known which smartphone will first receive the fingerprint reader on the screen. You will probably have to wait for this information by the beginning of next year.