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A Smaller Galaxy Note 10? Yes, Please

A Smaller Galaxy Note 10? Yes, Please

Users on various Samsung-related subreddits were the first to report the new rollout, with some posting screenshots of the 1.5GB update notifications. Earlier, Reddit and Imgur user, Darkshark, shared a simple crack of the S10 fingerprint sensor by using a 3D printed resin mold. He then tinkered with the image on Photoshop and exported it over to 3ds Max, where he created a 3D model showing all the print's fine details.

In a comment on his post, Darkshark said that he needed to make three fingerprint reprints to get the ridges on the fingerprint right. He estimated that the whole process took about 13 minutes in all, and stated that the 3D print could unlock the phone "just as well" as his actual finger. "Most banking apps only require fingerprint authentication so I could have all of your info and spend your money in less than 15 minutes if your phone is secured by fingerprint alone".

While it's certainly exciting that those of you holding on to unlocked versions of Samsung's 2017 flagships are going to get a sweet taste of Pie, it might be wise to hold off on upgrading, at least for a little while. In both situations, the test phone that played footage of the tester's face was smudged, rife with fingerprints and dirt, and held a few inches away from the S10's screen. That's something Samsung has never done before, and the Galaxy S10's sales success is apparently the catalyst behind this decision.

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This certainly isn't the first time that someone has found a way to get around a phone's sensors.

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Samsung announced last month that it is aiming to issue updates to the Galaxy S10 in-display fingerprint sensor to improve its functionality after numerous reliability complaints.