Just like every other smartphone (ranging from cheap $200 Android devices to the premium Pixel devices), Samsung’s Galaxy S10 should unlock when using the fingerprint unlock.
Yes, that is obvious. However, what would you do if it unlocks the device even if the fingerprint does not match? Well, that is scary if you have important documents stored.
And, that is what happens with the new Galaxy S10. Samsung has a track record to take security seriously, but this time it looks like they have something important to patch.
With the help of some reports, they found out that if you are using a screen protector on your device, anyone can bypass your fingerprint unlock…
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