According to reports, the Samsung OLED 2.0 display may include an advanced fingerprint sensing technology that will enable the smartphone to scan multiple fingerprints at a time. At the heart of Samsung’s OLED 2.0 is OPD technics (organic photo diode) for advanced multi-fingerprint sensing by ISRG, a French company focused on advancing OPD. The technology involves a very thin sensor that can be laminated to an OLED display and allows for multi-fingerprint sensing. Samsung will reportedly use a version of ISORG’s technology in OLED 2.0 displays for smartphones. ISORG CEO Dieter May said in a recent interview that Samsung plans to use an in-cell version of the company’s technology. “Which means the approaches and some proprietary materials may well be similar, but they will take a yield hit trying to implement both the sensor and the collimator inside the OLED display itself,” May said.
Tech News Desk – Samsung is working on a new technology that will make fingerprint login on smartphones more secure than the fingerprint sensing technology that is currently being used in smartphones. Current fingerprint sensing technology uses a small scanner that can read one fingerprint at a time. Now, according to a report from SamMobile, Samsung is working on a new technology that will turn the entire OLED display into a fingerprint scanner, allowing users to scan multiple fingerprints at once. This would make fingerprint login 2.5 billion times more secure than the technology currently in use. Samsung may start using this technology in its smartphones in the next few years. Samsung Display announced earlier this year that it is developing an all-in-one fingerprint sensing solution called ‘OLED 2.0’ for the next generation of displays.