It's unsurprising, given the leaks, but it's worth pointing out: Samsung again went with an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. For phones which start at $1,000 (and reach quite a bit higher), it's surprising that Samsung wouldn't try to compete with Apple and Google now that Android has good support for secure face unlock systems. We knock Google's hardware for a lot of things, but the company's face unlock on the Pixel 4 isn't one of them, and if anyone would try to ape Apple, we would assume it would be Samsung. And yet the Galaxy S20 phones are sticking with an in-display fingerprint reader.

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