Samsung Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor fooled by 3D-printed fingerprint

Samsung Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor fooled by 3D-printed fingerprint

Unfortunately, the latter of those two upgrades has been the subject of multiple complaints since the phone's launch, the latest of which might be the most worrisome of all.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the phone will be available to pre-order in the USA from April 18, with a tentative release date of May 16 - if that's correct, it'll actually launch after the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Currently, there's only one phone that U.S. carrier can offer to its customers if they want to sell their 5G services, the Moto Z3, but you'll have to buy an additional Moto Mod for that to work.

"5G is here", the company tweeted. Today is no different.

For businesses sectors, the superfast wireless technology will offer improved support for artificial intelligence, media content, robotic factory lines, remote medical services and telepresence conference calls that enables hologram communications seen in movies like "Captain America" and "Kingsman: The Secret Service". "I hope faster speeds will help me manage my time better". Verizon has already launched the 5G Moto Mod for the Moto Z3, which is a new accessory for the 2018 phone that creates a massive handset that can connect to 5G networks - assuming there's enough coverage, of course.

Samsung launched its 2019 flagship device, Samsung Galaxy S10, in February this year with its first-ever ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.

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It makes flawless sense for the Galaxy S10 5G to be priced well over $1,000, especially that it will be one of the few 5G smartphones available for purchase in the United States.

Unfortunately, those speeds are most of the time achieved in lab conditions, so if you're located I Chicago or Minneapolis, you'll probably get download speeds of around 450Mbps.

South Korean competitor, LG plans to bring out its first 5G model later this month.

While the competition over the publicity on 5G network is intense, mobile technology experts warn that the launch of 5G service is only a beginning. "But 5G could really make a difference in self-driving automobiles and remote services in terms of high reliability and precision", Kim told ABC News.