February 8, 2023

Samsung will make fingerprint login 2.5 billion times more secure in 2025

Samsung will make fingerprint login 2.5 billion times more secure in 2025

Last update: December 3, 2022 at 02:10 UTC + 01:00

How can you increase the security of fingerprint based biometrics? Well, how about instead of using a tiny scanner that can read one fingerprint at a time, you can make a whole OLED A screen capable of scanning multiple fingerprints at once? It might sound like something out of science fiction, but Samsung is working on this technology right now.

And according to ISORG CEO During a recent interview, Samsung may have this technology ready for its OLED screens in just a couple of years.

Samsung has announced that it is developing an All-in-One fingerprint sensor solution for next-generation displays, such as OLED 2.0, in imid a few months ago. This technology will allow Galaxy smartphones and tablets to read multiple fingerprints simultaneously through their OLED screens.

Samsung sets a new standard for fingerprint security in 2025

According to Samsung Display, using three fingerprints simultaneously for authentication is 2.5 x 10^9 (or 2,500,000,000) more secure than using just one fingerprint. On top of these obvious security benefits, Samsung’s technology will work on the entire screen. Future Galaxy device users won’t have to worry about getting their fingerprints in the right place on the screen. With OLED 2.0 and the upcoming All-in-One fingerprint scanning solution, the entire screen can act as a fingerprint scanner.

Samsung has not revealed exactly when this technology will be ready for its Galaxy devices. However, ISORG says its OPD (Organic Photo Diode) multi-fingerprint scanning technology is ready, adding that Samsung will likely use similar materials and processes for its All-in-One fingerprint scanner for OLED 2.0.

ISORG CEO expects Samsung to launch multiple fingerprint scanning technology in 2025. This technology will become the de-facto standard for security. At the same time, it is unclear if Apple will adopt this technology, considering that the latest iPhone models have replaced fingerprint unlocking with Face ID. Samsung It is likely to be the first OEM to introduce multi-fingerprint scanning and become the leader in this very field.