One of the outstanding producers of smartphones and electronics, Samsung have developed a revolutionary fingerprint reader. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is starting to be talked about.

GIZCHINA reports that according to a patent filed by Samsung, this future foldable smartphone would embed a completely revolutionary new fingerprint reader. This sensor would be both accessible on the secondary screen and the foldable screen. Information Guide Nigeria

Contrary to rumors, the Galaxy Z Fold 3, one of Samsung’s latest foldable smartphones, does not have an under-display fingerprint reader. Rather than sliding the reader under the foldable touch screen, the South Korean manufacturer has integrated this fingerprint sensor on the power button on the right edge.

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GIZCHINA reveals the information collected from LetsGoDigital shows that Samsung has not buried the idea of ​​hiding the fingerprint reader under the screen. As shown by a patent filed by Samsung, the brand’s future foldable smartphones should benefit from this reader integrated into the panel. Jamb Results

There is no doubt saying that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 could well be Samsung’s first foldable smartphone with a reader under the screen; the media advises on the basis of recently discovered information. A patent filed on March 31 with the World Intellectual Property Office indeed shows the company’s latest advances.

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