Galaxy S11 will no longer require sniping precision to make you recognize the fingerprint

by Kelvin

The ultrasonic sensor integrated in the display for fingerprint recognition should be twice as large as that of the Galaxy S10 e Galaxy Note 10. And on the horizon there is also a periscopic camera for 5x optical zoom!

The series Galaxy S10 introduced, for the first time on Samsung smartphones, the fingerprint reader integrated in the display. The Korean giant, however, has not limited itself to the homework, but has developed its own technology, which uses the ultrasound for faster recognition – and above all safer – of the impression. However, getting used to placing your finger in the correct point it's not really simple, even in the absence of a recess to guide the fingers blindly. But the futures Galaxy S11 are already preparing for overcome this inconvenience.

According to the indiscretions reported by the colleagues of Galaxy Club in fact, the next series of top-of-the-range smartphones from Samsung should adopt an ultrasonic sensor integrated in the display of the dimensions of 64 mm², or almost double the 34 mm² boasted by the sensor integrated in the Galaxy S10 and in the Galaxy Note 10. This will allow users to have a greater recognition area and therefore will reduce the risk of incorrect positioning of the finger.


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The new sensor will be produced in collaboration with the Taiwanese company GIS, which also seems to be working on another ultrasonic reader, equipped with a surface of 600 mm². Unfortunately, this sensor is not yet ready for mass production, but on the smartphones of the future the unlock surface on the display starts to be so wide as to only make a distant memory of the need for millimeter precision required today.

Final note on one of the possible cameras that will be housed later on the future Galaxy S11. Samsung is in fact working on details periscopic lenses, able to make one available to users 5x optical zoom, for excellent enlargements without loss of quality. In the past it has been rumored that this camera could debut on Galaxy Note 10, to then resolve into a stalemate. The good time could finally be the series Galaxy S11.