A Korean manufacturer may decide to introduce another technological breakthrough into its mid-range smartphones. After triple (and quad) cameras, it's time for a fingerprint reader built into the screen.
Already next year, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will receive an ultrasonic fingerprint reader that will be implemented directly under the monitor. Taiwan sources have reported that a similar situation can also be expected from the Korean manufacturer's average price equipment.
A few weeks ago, DJ Koh confirmed that Koreans will be a kind of experimental field, and the smartphones themselves will also have functions known only from flagship equipment.
Unfortunately, there is a problem: Samsung mid-range devices use an optical fingerprint reader under the screen – this technology is slightly slower and less accurate than the ultrasonic scanner. This, however, could be expected.
At the moment, it is not known which smartphone will receive the fingerprint reader under the display first. You will probably have to wait for this information until the beginning of next year.