The Galaxy S21’s in-display fingerprint reader is said to be twice as fast as the technology Samsung used this year.
According to a new rumor, the sensor area that users use is said to have an area of 8 x 8mm. This will make it 77% larger than the sensor area on the Galaxy S20 series, as well as the Galaxy Note 20 series.
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Today’s report comes from a fairly reliable source that specializes in sharing news about Samsung products. The improvements to the fingerprint sensor technology on the Galaxy S21 series will actually help users touch the screen to unlock instead of pressing as before. Not to mention, the larger sensor area should also reduce the number of failed unlock attempts.
In a larger plan, perfecting an in-display fingerprint reader remains an important part of Samsung’s pursuit of a completely bezel-less smartphone design. Combined with the selfie camera hidden under the screen, the Korean company may finally achieve that goal in the near future. However, it is not clear whether Samsung intends to integrate this new technology into its mid-range smartphones.
For the next Korean company’s flagships, the Galaxy S21 series is expected to launch a bit earlier than usual, possibly in January next year.