In addition to the new Snapdragon 865 processor hype, Qualcomm also announced a new technology for fingerprint readers this week. The new sensor is many times larger, to be exact 1
Unlike the latest 3D Sonic model, the updated 3D Sonic Max detects what it detects with ultrasonic waves, on its own hardware rather than algorithms and processing elsewhere on the device. This means better security with fewer security holes.
Although duplicate fingerprints are beneficial for a lock screen, one major change is the 3D Sonic Max, which allows for ] just a single tap on the big sensor to register your finger – no more multiple finger tips to capture all the rough edges of your fingerprint year. Maybe Galaxy S11 or Note 11 family? That is quite possible.
// Qualcomm | Engadget