The Korean company used a swipe-based fingerprint sensor, which wasn’t that great, simply because it was poorly designed. Samsung built it into the home button, which didn’t provide sufficient surface area for the finger to slide over properly and resulted in errors, ultimately frustrating the users.
Nonetheless, Samsung is ditching the swipe-based fingerprint sensor for a touch-based sensor for its next generation Galaxy S device. Furthermore, the sensor will work in the same manner as on the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and the iPhone 5S / 6 / 6 Plus, sources confirm. Which means you will be able to enroll an entire fingerprint, unlike the swipe-based sensor, which only partially registered a fingerprint.
• Fingerprint Unlock: Verifies the user’s identity and unlocks the device.
• Web sign-in: Allows users to sign into websites using fingerprints.
• Verify Samsung Account: Verifies the user’s identity when purchasing content in Samsung services.
• Private Mode: It’s not specifically a fingerprint-exclusive feature, but allows user to choose fingerprint as an unlock method.
• Pay with PayPal: Allows users to make quick and secure payments via their PayPal account using their registered fingerprints.
Galaxy S6 will use a new user interface TouchWiz simplified terms would give them some non-essential services for focus on basic services and may not provide the processor Snapdragon 810 because of the excess heat problems