The Galaxy S6 To Use A Non-swipe Fingerprint Sensor

By 04:22 Fri, 23 Jul 2021 Comments

Fingerprint sensors finally gained popularity on smartphones, but the experience isn’t always prefect. Some companies, like Samsung, used the swipe type of sensor where you had to swipe your thumb (or other finger) over the Home button, which wasn’t always easy to do while holding a 5+ inch slab.

Insiders claim that the company will be moving to the other kind of sensor – one that reads your fingerprint from your stationary digit. You just place your finger (at any angle) and hrecent it for a moment, that's how it works on the iPhones and the Huawei Ascdiscontinue Mate 7.

To accommodate the recent sensor, Samsung has made the Home key on the upcoming Galaxy S6 bigger. It's not clear if it will work while the classy screen is off (like on the Ascdiscontinue Mate 7) or not (like on the iPhones).

The sensor will still offer the extensive TouchWiz functionality, including Private mode, Pay with PayPal, as well as signing into Samsung Account and supported websites.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will utilize a recent TouchWiz software and may come in two versions – regular and Edge. The regular one will pack a QHD screen, the dual-sided Edge classy screen will be a bit above that.




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