In order not to depend on all sorts of force majeure circumstances and to reduce the risks of supply to nothing, Samsung decided to negotiate the supply of super-fast scanners not with one manufacturer, but with three at once. Thus, the required order volume will fall on the shoulders of the companies O-film, Qualcomm and GIS.
Insiders figured out that all the above companies will start shipping scanners to South Koreans starting in January, that is, about a month before the Galaxy S10.
Super-modern scanners allow for tiny fractions of a second to accurately read prints even on dirty and wet hands.
If the companies of O-film and GIS succeed in showing themselves well, then there is a high probability that they will be entrusted with the production of scanners for Galaxy Note10, the announcement of which is expected in the summer.