The scanner on the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 is 36 millimeters square. According to sources close to the issue, the S11 will be equipped with a 64-square-foot spacing for fingerprints.
Duplicating the scanner size on the Galaxy S11 is a major update, and there is a good reason. This is because users find it difficult to pinpoint exactly when the scanner is on the screen.
This means that users can place their fingers anywhere on the bottom 1/3 of the phone to turn it on. And that’s a good thing, considering that we can open the phone 52 to 150 times a day.
We also know that Samsung’s next-generation smartphone will have new design, performance enhancements, new memory, new battery technology and AI-focused cameras.