Will “OLED 2.0”, which improves security 2.5 billion times by expanding the fingerprint authentication range, appear within 3 years? – Wired iPhone


PhoneArena announces an organic EL display with a new sensor that improves security 2.5 billion times by expanding the range of fingerprint authentication,”OLED 2.0” Samsung reported that it could be released by 2025.

The supplier says there are no plans to install it on the iPhone

According to PhoneArena, Samsung is nowuse multiple fingersFingerprint authentication systemdevelopThis is the next generation OLED display”OLED 2.0It is said that it will be installed in “.

The fingerprint authentication sensor used for this comes from France’s ISORG, and Dieter May, the company’s CEO, has announced that it will be installed in actual products by 2025.

However, as Apple promotes the adoption of Face ID as a biometric authentication system,The ISORG fingerprint authentication sensor is not designed to be installed in the iPhonesaid May.

Simultaneous three fingerprint authentication increases security by 2.5 billion times

Developed by SamsungFingerprint authentication systemuses three fingers at the same time, making it 2.5 billion times more secure than using just one finger, PhoneArena said.

The Galaxy S23 Ultra, the 2023 model of the Galaxy S series, was said to feature Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max to enable two-finger fingerprint authentication, but from the leaked display protection film, it has not been confirmed yet this. It is believed that he only supports one finger.

Source:PhoneArena via GizChina
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