Samsung to Fix Fingerprint Scanner Issue on Galaxy S23 Line with New Update

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The Motorola Atrix, released in 2011, was the first major smartphone with a fingerprint scanner.

However, it faced several issues, not becoming an instant success.

Apple's purchase of AuthenTec in 2012 led to Touch ID's introduction on the iPhone 5s.

Since then, fingerprint scanners or facial recognition have become standard on smartphones

Samsung's One UI 6.1 update recently caused issues with the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S23 line.

Users reported problems like the scanner not working on the first attempt.

Another user complained about the scanner crashing when unlocking the device.

Samsung acknowledged the issue on its Korean community forum, reassuring affected users.

The company plans to release a software update to address the problem.

 In the meantime, users can use Face Unlock or their PIN to unlock their devices.