Samsung has commented on a couple of data that are very interesting. The brand says that OLED 2.0 is 2.5 billion times more secure. Not 2.5 million. Two thousand five million. 2,500,000,000. There is nothing.
Samsung will have the best fingerprint sensor
OLED 2.0 it’s a fingerprint sensor that takes security to another level. The first advantage is in the actuation surface. Samsung has announced that the fingerprint can be placed anywhere on the screen. It will no longer be necessary to “nail” the position of the finger to be able to unlock the device. It won’t matter where you put your finger.
In turn, the system will be able to recognize up to 3 footprints at a time. Hence, security increases, compared to the most advanced sensors of the moment, about 2,500,000,000 times. That is, you can make your smartphone unlock only if you put two fingerprints out of the 10 you have.
All of this will cause the failure handle to plummet. Currently the sensors that use ultrasound fail 0.002% of the times you use them. The OLED 2.0 sensor will do it 0.0000000000008% of the time. The probability of winning the EuroMillions (Lottery) is 0.000000013%.
we know you want this fingerprint sensor on your next mobile, but we have a little bad news. It is not an imminent announcement: Samsung will not have this technology on the market by 2023. It is expected that it will begin to be implemented in commercial mobile phones by 2025, so you have to wait.