Samsung has introduced an ultrasonic screen fingerprint reader with Galaxy S10, eliminating the need to extend the back of the device for biometric authentication. But, as in the case of something new, it will take some time to get used to it – and we want to know how it feels now, after less than a week of use, as it's the best way to determine if it's alive up to expectations.
Personally, I'm a big fan of it. Sure, it's not as responsive as I'd have hoped, but Samsung said it's something that will improve with future updates – so I can't criticize it. To have your say, be sure to rate the poll below, so feel free to extend your response in the comments section. Come on, let's have a conversation! Oh, and as usual, we will respond to all comments posted.
Not sold on the Galaxy S10? Have a look at our review of its big brother, the Galaxy S10 +, to get an idea of what it is. And if your budget fails to reach the performance level of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 +, read the review of the Galaxy S10e: it is the basic model of the Galaxy S10 range, offering a fantastic user experience, grouped in a shell identical, for a more reasonable price.