Galaxy S10's sluggish in-screen fingerprint reader: Samsung issues urgent fix

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Samsung has released an update for the fingerprint reader on its flagship Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus devices that some users complained wasn’t responsive. 

Samsung issued a ‘Biometrics security patch’ for the Galaxy S10 pair on Friday, and according to early user reports it has resolved problems with the devices’ in-screen fingerprint scanner, which was sluggish for many users. 

While a number of owners said the fingerprint sensor was slow, earlier this month some users reported that the sensor was not working at all, according to multiple complaints on Samsung’s user forums

Samsung implemented Qualcomm’s ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint scanner to maximize screen space while avoiding the notch it made fun of in anti-iPhone ads. It also allowed Samsung to

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