Samsung Pay app source codes confirms in-display sensor for the Galaxy S10

For quite some months now, there’s been so much buzz about the Samsungs upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone series. Apart from adopting Samsungs new Infinity O-display, various leaks have indicated that the series might be ditching the fingerprint scanner on the rear for an in-screen sensor.

And while the Korean giant hasn’t really denied or confirm the use of the in-display sensor, a new revelation courtesy of the guys at XDA forum appears to have given us some sort of succor.

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On dissecting and properly analyzing the Samsung Pay app source code, the XDA team reportedly found two very explicit codes that made references to an in-display fingerprint scanner—and one reference directly mentions the Galaxy S10’s code-name – Beyond. Both codes are payment authentication related codes, that if when implemented checks if the device hosting the Samsung Pay app has an in-display fingerprint scanner and if so, it’ll lift the payment dialog box a bit higher to make room for the in-display fingerprint icon.

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