A few days earlier, Samsung’s flagship phone came into limelight owing to a glitch. The fingerprint reader of Galaxy S10 had a flaw that led to a security breach. Fortunately, Samsung has now rolled out a fix for it.
Reportedly, Samsung has worked out a patch for the infamous security flaw in the Galaxy S10 fingerprint reader. The tech giant has begun rolling out the fix in a gradual manner, starting from South Korea.
However, this one isn’t a universal update, rather it will only reach customers with registered fingerprints. The update notification has also specifically reached these users only. Whereas those who haven’t registered their fingerprints on their device shall not receive any update.