Samsung Electronics is facing another blow to its reputation as it plans to deploy a software patch to fix a major security flaw in its flagship Galaxy S10 and Note 10 smartphones.

The latest embarrassment came as it was discovered that some S10 phones could be unlocked by others when a third-party gel protector covered the fingerprint sensor.

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