Samsung's next flagship of the Sx series could feature a new fingerprint sensor that will be similar to what Apple uses on its smart phones and tablets. A recent report claims that Samsung is working on a Touch ID clone. The report goes on to elaborate that Samsung may even be looking forward to enlarge the home button on its upcoming S6, which means that they are looking into incorporating larger sensors. Samsung users have been constantly bugged by the precise finger movement required for the sensor to register the input. In simpler words, Samsung's current implementation is shady at its best. Even their flagship phablet, the Note 4, suffers from the same fate. Apple's Touch ID was an industry first and has been widely praised for the simplicity and accuracy. The sensor seldom fails to acknowledge the fingerprint. Currently, Samsung employs a sliding fingerprint sensor that reads the user's fingerprint to unlock the device. Apple on the other hand uses a drastically different approach. The Touch ID registers the fingerprints when the user keeps the finger on the sensor. Samsung requires users to swipe their finger on the button. It is still uncertain as to who Samsung will tap to mass produce the sensor. Rumors suggest that Samsung is in talks with the Swedish company, Fingerprint Cards, which fabricated the sensors for Huawei Ascend Mate 7. Apple deploys its sensors in-house as they have shut down all outside sales when they acquired AuthenTec back in 2012. Samsung's S6 is expected to make an appearance at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 at Barcelona.