Samsung confirmed, according to the report, that the issue can be replicated and happens "when patterns of some protectors that come with silicone phone cases are recognized along with fingerprints". After Lisa Neilson, from Castleford, West Yorks, bought a cheap "gel cover" to protect her Galaxy S10's screen, she quickly learned that she could use any of her fingers to unlock it, despite only registering her right thumb. After calling Samsung, the company admitted it was a security bug and said it would investigate the problem. Don't let the "hole" part fool you, as the display tech that brought along the S10 and Note 10 punch hole designs is denoted as HIAA1, while HIAA2 is its logical development. She said her husband was able to unlock her phone without registering his fingerprint on the device. "We recommend all customers to use Samsung authorised accessories, specifically designed for Samsung products".
It all sounds like an unbelievable story, but now that the word has gotten out, there are already videos on the Internet of the method working.
Helen Hunt is 'at home recovering' after auto accident
In the video, Hunt's black SVU is traveling through an intersection when it is t-boned by another vehicle without warning. Hunt was reportedly the only passenger and was sitting in the back seat when the collision occurred.
Kate Middleton, Prince William’s plane diverted during electrical storm in Pakistan
The royal couple were on their way to Islamabad on their jet, the RAF Voyager, which was also carrying members of media. She tweeted alongside a picture of her with the prince: 'Was a real pleasure to meet with the royal visitors last night.
Explosive Device Detonated at Helena Elementary School
Officials say they don't know for certain when the bomb was detonated but believed it happened sometime Tuesday morning. Dutton says it's not clear exactly when the device exploded, but that no children were around when it did.
ETnews reports that Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display have chose to use UTG technology in their next foldable device in lieu of the transparent polyimide (PI) that was utilized in the Galaxy Fold. Despite the fair amount of time between now and then, we're starting to hear some rumors about the phone's features, including today's news about the display.
Previous reports suggested some screen protectors were incompatible with Samsung's reader because they left a small air gap that interfered with the scanning. Most phones use optical in-screen fingerprint readers, which place a CMOS chip under the display and take a 2D picture of your finger.