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Samsung Galaxy S5 uses fingerprint scanner for security private data’
Samsung will include using the fingerprint scanner in its upcoming smartphone Galaxy S5 to protect private data in separate folders and allow users to login to websites, so claims the Dutch fansite SamMobile.
The fingerprint scanner can thus prevent people with physical access to the device in personal files. The fingerprint scanner works just like on the HTC One max Swipe, describes SamMobile: the user has all the finger over the sensor sweep to identify themselves. The scanner can record eight fingers, leaving the user with several fingers of both hands can authenticate.
The sensor is just like the iPhone 5s in the Home button on the device. Previous rumors spoke of a fingerprint sensor in the lower portion of the screen, it would not matter where the position where the user would put the finger. Much The fingerprint scanner is in the Home button, means that Samsung once again puts a physical button on the front of the unit. Thus it is with Apple still the only one in the west known manufacturer who does.
Samsung presents the Galaxy S5 in all probability within a week, at a press conference during telecom exhibition Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The device is thought to have a 5.25 “AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and it runs on a Samsung Exynos 6 – or Qualcomm Snapdragon 805-soc.
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