picture, or even a sibling whose facial features are similar. That's been a running trend with those identification systems that don't have the 3D depth-scanning parameters of Apple's Face ID kit or the camera sets on Android phones like the Mate 20 Pro.It can apparently be fooled with a video of the person, a
Needless to say, those systems don't claim to be anything else than a convenience feature and there are disclaimers warning about the same, too. Samsung itself warns in the recognition option settings that "faster recognition improves speed but reduces security, increasing the possibility of a video or image being incorrectly recognized as your face."
There you have it, face scanning on the Galaxy S10 does exactly what it says on the tin, and if you want real biometric security on the phone, you'd have to use the in-display fingerprint scanner.