Published: Thu, March 14, 2019
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Samsung Galaxy S10E review: smaller, cheaper, better

Samsung Galaxy S10E review: smaller, cheaper, better

Samsung is preparing to launch a new flagship device which it will price cheaper than its Galaxy S10e smartphone, Softpedia News reports. This include Dark Mode, a new Always on Display, the ability to use Samsung DeX without a dock and revamped native apps which include the camera, gallery, phone dialer, Samsung Health and MyFiles.

However, this method didn't always yield the same result when others tried to replicate it -unlike Hilsenteger's approach, which seemed to work nearly every time.

It's a worrying trait but, according to Samsung, face unlock exists chiefly to help expedite access to your device, with the fingerprint sensor a more secure option for those concerned with privacy.

This is because in the past few years, both security researchers and regular users alike have bypassed the facial recognition feature on a plethora of devices. Most OEMs just push non-carrier updates on their own schedule, but Samsung runs the update through the big four U.S. carriers before delivering it to unlocked phones.

In fact, the issue is quite widespread.

As previously mentioned in the beginning, in 4 out of 10 smarthpones tested by the Dutch Consumentenbond face unlock was found to be useless being easily bypassed with a simple photo.

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