Published: Sat, April 06, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Galaxy S10 in-display fingerprint sensor tricked by 3D-printed fingerprint

Galaxy S10 in-display fingerprint sensor tricked by 3D-printed fingerprint

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has launched in South Korea today, we recently heard that the smartphone is coming to the U.S. on the 16th of May.

The new Galaxy S10+ is the first ever smartphone that comes with 1TB of internal storage, and you still have the microSD card slot available for your own use. Samsung was also launching its top-end Galaxy S10 5G smart-phone, after South Korea this week won the global race to commercially launch the world's first nationwide 5G networks.

The S10 5G is the largest of the S10 series with a 6.7-inch display, a triple rear camera system with time-of-flight sensor, and a class-leading 4,500mAh battery - a massive arsenal when put up against Motorola's Moto Z3 and its accompanying 5G Moto Mod, also on Verizon.

Interactive virtual-reality displays and robot demonstrations were on show to tout the capabilities of the latest iteration of mobile internet speed, and new users were excited about the possibilities, especially live streaming of sports games and university lectures.

Galaxy S10 in-display fingerprint sensor tricked by 3D-printed fingerprint

With 5G, said researcher Lee Sang-Yoon, VR content "can be enjoyed in real time with no delay". The United States will be next when Verizon launches its 5G network on April 11.

We have already reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S10+ here and by no surprise, the Galaxy S10+ is indeed one of the best smartphones available in the market today.

The device was designed and released by Samsung Electronics in Seoul, South Korea; as the company seeks to build the world's most innovative and transformative technological devices.

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