Samsung Galaxy S10 face unlock fooled by 2D pictures

Isaac Cain
March 14, 2019

The Galaxy S9 family got the OTA first, and then the Note 9 began its Android 9 journey early this year. The new Galaxy S phones offer sleek new all-screen designs with trendy hole-punch cameras, exciting new features like an in-display fingerprint reader, big upgrades where power and camera performance are concerned, and plenty more.

Visitors to SKT's ICT experience center at its Seoul headquarters can check out Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G and LG's V50 ThinQ 5G, and experience downloading 4K UHD streaming and virtual reality content on the devices starting Thursday, the firm said. With a slight common-sense we can figure out it as a 5G version of Galaxy Note10. This brings the new interface that's running on the Galaxy S10 and it also carries the new February 2019 Android security update.

To put those numbers into perspective, Samsung sold 19.2 million Galaxy S9 series phones in the first half of 2018, and around 35 million for the entire year.

Now a recent report suggests that Samsung will ship 20 million Galaxy S10 units in the first half of the year.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition Can Easily Be Bypassed

Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. On top of all that, a new leak confirms that at least one version of the Galaxy Note 10 will support 5G.

This, as you can see, is interesting because of two reasons. This leads to the simple conclusion that Samsung might be preparing a 5G variant of the Note 10. Now, the team over at XDA Developers has found references to the davinci inside the source code for the Galaxy S10.

Samsung also advises users to "keep in mind that Face recognition might not recognize you if there are major changes to your appearance, such as heavy makeup, facial hair changes, or glasses".

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