Samsung recognizes the problems with the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus player


Andrew Hoyle / CNET

Samsung has found problems in the operation of the ultrasound reader under the screen of the Galaxy S10 is Galaxy S10 Plus, but its users shouldn't worry too much.

The South Korean company told the Korea Herald that it will release software updates to improve reader recognition, after more users complained of a malfunction in two of its new mobile phones.

Samsung has already released a first software update for the Galaxy S10 family and said that an improvement in the ultrasonic reader is included in that patch, but further updates in the near future will continue to improve the accuracy of biometric recognition.

S10 and S10 Plus are the first Samsung phones that include the ultrasonic fingerprint reader below the screen. Although the reader cannot be seen with the naked eye, the user knows in which part of the screen to put his finger because the interface highlights the exact point. Our colleague Juan Garzón discovered that the fingerprint reader in the S10 can be seen with the screen off when you put it in full sunlight.

This is not the first time that the S10 is involved in a security problem. The company has not improved facial recognition in the S10 and has been criticized for it relatively easy to cheat and be able to access the device. While the company warns of poor security, Samsung has managed to improve it for the benefit of users.

By removing these small details, the three Galaxy S10s offer great features and are a wide range of devices on Android phones. If you want to learn more about them, below you can see their complete CNET analysis in Spanish.


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