Prepared to announce the Galaxy S9, Samsung is also getting patents for its devices in the coming years. A new patent leak is pointing to a device whose front side is full screen and which uses the fingerprint reader on the screen.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is using its high profits after its success in processor manufacturing for research and development for new devices. The company, which is preparing to make a breakthrough with the Galaxy S9, will also introduce Galaxy X with flexible display technology this year.
Whether the Galaxy X series will last as long as the Note or Galaxy S is not known. But the investments the firm has made for experimental technologies have begun to reach a lip-warming dimension. Galaxy S8, the device that achieved the highest sales success of the frameless screen fryas, the design trend of the last two years, is still outdated. You will have a good understanding of this situation after you read them in a moment.
A leaked patent soon Samsung’s front panel shows that it only developed a device with a screen:
There is no factor on the screen that limits any notches or images. Where is this camera’s front camera, face recognition sensors, and most importantly, the fingerprint reader?
Apple’s iPhone X has revolutionized face recognition technology, and for this system, it is necessary to put a notch on the screen of the device. By the end of 2017, the screen-embedded fingerprint sensor introduced by Synaptics is expected to be on the new flagship soon.
Samsung recognizes that the screen-embedded fingerprint sensor is still a baby technology. For this reason, he is also looking for alternative ways. As we understand from the leaked patent drawings, Samsung is developing a responsive screen with pressures. This can give Apple a new insight into the 3D Touch feature that it has on its own devices. We can even see a province on the press sensitive screen.
The main button on the navigation bar, which is visible on the screen, can also read the fingerprint at the same time as the patented device. Focusing on fingerprint reading while the device is locked, the system brings users to the home screen when lightly pressed to open the screen lock. Then this region can be used without obstruction in the images. On the other hand, Samsung can also allow users to customize sensitive display options.
Though it is still patent-pending, this technology may not come true in 2018. However, for the rest of the time, it was clear that we would talk over the images of the device, not the drawings and patent leaks. We can see Samsung’s ambitious technologies in the new devices of the Galaxy S series to be released in 2019.
We will follow it with curiosity and transfer it to you.