According to rumours, Samsung is developing new technology to make fingerprint login on Galaxy devices safer.
SamMobile claims that the South Korean manufacturer of smartphones intends to enable simultaneous scanning of numerous fingerprints across the whole OLED display.
Three fingerprints used simultaneously for identification will be 2.5 billion times safer than one, claims Samsung Display.
Additionally, customers won’t have to worry about positioning their fingerprint correctly on the screen to unlock the handset thanks to the new OLED 2.0 technology.
Users of Samsung devices will find it more convenient to use an in-display fingerprint scanner as a result.
Nevertheless, the business has not specified a specific date for when the technology will be ready.
However, according to the article, Samsung may have this technology available for its OLED panels in as little as two years.
The OPD (Organic Photo Diode) technology will form the foundation of Samsung’s OLED 2.0 for multi-fingerprint sensing.
OPD was created by the French business ISORG.It has a tiny component sensor for multi-fingerprint sensing.
Samsung intends to make use of an in-cell variant of the company’s technology, according to an interview with Dieter May, CEO of ISORG.
This implies that while the strategy and some of the proprietary materials may be similar, May warned that trying to integrate the sensor and collimator into the OLED panel itself would reduce yield.
In other news, Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy M04 soon.
The device could make its debut the following week, according to a report by the news agency IANS.
According to the source, the Galaxy M04 could support cutting-edge RAM Plus features.
Users will be able to increase the phone’s RAM using this capability.
According to reports, the device is powered by a huge 5,000mAh battery.
On a single charge, the phone is touted to last up to 24 hours.
The entry-level Helio G35 chipset from MediaTek is said to power the device.
It is probably going to have 4G connectivity.