Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor works with light scratches

Everyone will be asking how accurate and quick the in-display fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S10 is, but a question most won’t ask is whether the fingerprint sensor is affected by scratches on the screen. Well, JerryRigEverything has not only asked that question, he has also inflicted some damage on a Galaxy S10 for a real-life test. And it seems the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the S10 works well with light scratches, the kind that you’ll see on devices owned by regular consumers who don’t put a knife to their flagship smartphone.

For those wondering how an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor works, this video by Qualcomm should give you an idea. Basical…
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