Samsung finally fixed one of the Galaxy S10's biggest problems

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From what we've heard, the Samsung Galaxy S10 scanner has been a hit and miss proposition with a certain section of users being very pleased with it while others completely annoyed by its unreliability. In fact, one of the headlining features isn't so good.

It is worth noting while many Android fans have insisted the patch has improved the performance of the in-display fingerprint sensor, has not been able to test the update and therefore can not comment on any changes to the device.

Samsung will soon launch the Galaxy S10 5G in the United States, but the phone is already available in Korea, from the nation's top three carriers. It's coming via the Samsung Galaxy Store, and unfortunately there's no way to trigger the update manually; you just have to wait and see. That's tough to say: many users on Reddit who have received the patch seem to think it does, but there's always the concern of "the placebo effect" with these kinds of things.

Regardless of whether the patch really does wonders or not, at least Samsung isn't ignoring the problem and is instead trying to figure out ways to make the user experience better.

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Every year, when Samsung releases its new Galaxy phones, it also launches some upgrade programme, that offers discounts to people who move from older generation phones to the new Galaxy.

There is not much in the way of patch notes but the popup did say it was a biometric security patch for the fingerprint sensor specifically.

"We can not rule out the possibility of terminals' failure to smoothly switch from one service mode to another", an official working for a local carrier told the source.