“New sensor detects Galaxy S6 without fingerprint swipe ‘




The Samsung Galaxy S6 would include a new type of sensor in the home button making it no longer necessary to swiping a finger over the sensor. A touch would be sufficient. In addition, the smartphone screen would have a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels.

Until now, Samsung uses in devices with a fingerprint sensor still the ‘swipe’ method, in which the finger slowly to slide on the home button. This scanning method is sometimes inaccurate so the device does not recognize the fingerprint. According SamMobile, a site often far ahead of the official announcement of the right information about Samsung products in his hands, the next Galaxy S6 is however an improved sensor.

The new sensor could detect a fingerprint only correct if the finger is placed on the home button. A swipe would no longer be needed and also the angle at which the finger is placed on the sensor would not matter. To increase the accuracy of the home button would be slightly larger than the button on the Galaxy S5 and Note 4.

On the software Samsung would be no new features with respect to the fingerprint recognition added. As with previous smartphones include a fingerprint can be used to unlock the device, log on to Web sites and to make payments with PayPal accounts.

The Galaxy S6 contains according to the so-called user agent profile on the Samsung website, a screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. It is still unclear how big the screen will be. Furthermore, there are rumors that the device gets a Snapdragon SOC 810, all models would also come with the Samsung Exynos 7420, a octacore chip with also a 64bit architecture. The camera module would be equal to that of the Note 4, but the smartphone may get access to an extra-efficient BCM4773 chip from Broadcom that WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth support. The device is expected in early March at the MWC fair announced in Barcelona.


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