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Social networking pages circulated a video clip showing a user of Nokia phones unlocking the new Nokia 9 PureView screen in an unthinkable way.
The video on the "Dicoded Pixel" page on Twitter shows how the owner of the phone unlocked the screen by clicking on the built-in fingerprint sensor with a packet of frankincense, and then showed how this scanner does not provide any protection for the privacy of the phone, The fingers of many people other than the phone owner.
Here is my Nokia 9 Fingerprint sensor issue, phone can be unlocked using a chewing gum packet or someone else's finger. Even unlocked with a coin or leather gloves. Please do help me get my Nokia 9 sorted. pic.twitter.com/Thce3nB2fr
– Decoded Pixel (@decodedpixel) 21 апреля 2019 г.
Nokia has not yet commented on the video, and rumors about its latest phones, but some technical experts have pointed out that the problem in the fingerprint sensor for the phone "9 PureView," may be caused by a software defect in the version "4.22" of Android "Where the phone works.
Nokia has launched this phone for a while, and supplied it with 5 basic cameras and the latest technology, to be one of the best smart devices in the market.
Source: Linta. Ro