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Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition Can Easily Be Bypassed

Samsung to Launch a Killer Smartphone Cheaper than the Galaxy S10

Similarly, an Italian journalist from SmartWorld.it also unlocked a Galaxy S10 device using nothing but a photo, which would be much easier to obtain by an attacker, compared to a front-facing video of the device owner.

A new YouTube video by Brandon Butch puts the all-new Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e up against the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR in an ultimate battery test comparison. Lucky for them, a fresh leak just revealed a marquee feature coming to Samsung's next big flagship phone release: The Galaxy Note 10. So, if you buy yourself a shiny (and pricey) new 5G phone, you mostly likely won't be able to reap any benefits from the addition of 5G support. It has plenty of new features, and the company posted a neat infographic, showcasing the 10 firsts and 10 bests the new flagship is bringing to the smartphone world.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Face Recognition Can Easily Be Bypassed

There's no word yet on whether Samsung plans to improve the face recognition feature in future software updates, but we've posed the question to the firm and will update this article when we get a response. Recall that after the disappointment by the Galaxy S9 series past year, it was the Galaxy Note 9 that saved Samsung from a total embarrassment. The codename was revealed by Samsung insider Ice Universe all the way back in September a year ago. And after evaluating the kernel code in Samsung's Galaxy S10, XDA Developers discovered a reference to a "davinci5G". By convention, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled in the second half of the year, and the smartphone will have a 5G version.

Compromise could win over GOP senators opposing Trump order
Lee's proposal, released late Tuesday, says a presidential emergency would last 30 days unless Congress votes to extend it. Still, Congress would be highly unlikely to muster the two-thirds majorities needed to eventually override a veto.

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