Qualcomm is a very know venture that creates semiconductors, software, and services related to wireless technology. Qualcomm had announced 2 years back its new inheritance of processors. In 2019, it spread awareness about the 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. It has some reasons to adopt, thus Samsung makes the mind to be the first to equip the sensor on the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which will be launched in 2023. Although Samsung runs with the time evolution, it hasn’t equipped it yet.
Samsung is about to have all Galaxy S23 variants will be equipped with Qualcomm chipsets next year, perhaps an additional condition is to offer the 3D Sonic Max sensor at a lower price. As does the agreement between Samsung and Qualcomm.
Now, Might you need an acknowledged feature of Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor? Samsung is to go official with the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23 Pro in Q1 2023. Already news informed much about Galaxy S23 battery, rear camera setup and especially what we took here is Ultra chipset(Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor).
It is rumoured that Samsung is going to use Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max fingerprint scanning technology for the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
It is the same sensor used in phones like vivo X80 Pro and iQOO 9 Pro, which has a huge scanning area and it can scan a finger very rapidly. pic.twitter.com/EUGp1olThC
— Alvin (@sondesix) August 18, 2022
Galaxy S23 Ultra’s Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor features are:
- Largest Ultrasonic In-Display Fingerprint Sensor: The new Ultra chipset use sound waves to read two fingers. Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max transmits an ultrasonic pulse against the fingers. The 3D pulse reflection creates a detailed 600mm2 reproduction of the scanned fingerprints for quick and higher security performance.
- Sleek security solution: Qualcomm used a 3D Sonic fingerprint reader in the back of the smartphone’s display. This enables a seamless and sleek look. 3D Sonic uses technological advances and acoustics to scan the pores of a user’s finger for a deeply accurate image. The ultra-thin (0.2 mm) sensor enables cutting-edge form factors. Such as full glass edge-to-edge displays used with flexible OLED displays.
- High-performance: 3D Sonic delivers high-performance across a wide range of operating conditions. Dry, wet, and even contaminant exposure—and it’s faster compared to legacy solutions when fingers are wet.
- Simultaneous Two Finger Authentication: A new experience that allows users to securely launch their most frequently used apps with an instant touch of the fingerprint sensor. Reading two fingerprints simultaneously, but also launch different applications instantly and with vault-like security from the Android lock screen.
- 1:250K False Acceptance Rate (FAR): When the biometric security system recognizes. The unauthorized person is a legitimate user, and a false acceptance error occurs. This binary system’s outcome is a false positive. With the 1:250 False Acceptance Rate, it enhances the value that it should not work as a false positive.
So, This was all about Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Max that is about to opt-in S23 variants by the Samsumg venture. The South Korean manufacturer has integrated an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. But we haven’t seen a larger fingerprint scanner on any of Samsung’s high-end models. Now, we are waiting to see the changes made in new S23 variants with a 3D Sonic Max ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.