For past few years, technology is growing rapidly, to make our life convenient, easy and secured. One of the feature which got popular recently is the finger-print sensor. Basically to enhance security on device, the South-Korean giant Samsung introduced the fingerprint scanner technology in its flagship device, Samsung Galaxy S5. Since then, finger-print sensor has been employed in various devices like Galaxy S5 Mini, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy Tab S, Galaxy Note 4, and Galaxy Note Edge.
According to the latest report, South-Korean tech giant said to get rid of the swipe-based fingerprint sensor, and plans to add touch-based sensor for its next generation Galaxy S variants. Moreover the sources confirms that, the sensor will work similar to that of the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and the iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus.
So, this method employs, to enroll an entire fingerprint, unlike the swipe-based sensor, which partially registers a fingerprint.
If the rumors turns out to be true on the software front, Samsung is trying to equip the features from previous flagship devices to Galaxy S6. Some includes:
• Fingerprint Unlock: Verifies the user's identity and unlocks the device.
• Web sign-in: Allows users to sign into websites using fingerprints.
• Private Mode: It's not specifically a fingerprint-exclusive feature, but allows user to choose finger-print as an unlock method.
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