Banks are now withdrawing support for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 from their apps.
UK Bank Nationwide Building Society in its app for holders of Samsung Galaxy S10 phones has disabled the fingerprint logon feature. Another, NatWest, has withdrawn S10 phone support entirely. That is because the ultrasound fingerprint reader that is used on those devices has been compromised. Samsung has provided an official reply, but the problem could be worse than originally planned.
It looks like Galaxy S10, Note10, and Tab S7 owners received support from the Bank of China. A Notification has been sent to customers who are using S10 and Note 10 by Hapoalim Bank, one of the most relevant Banks, like support for authentication of fingerprint has also been removed.
KaKao Bank of South Korea (only an online bank) notified its users of the authentication of the fingerprint. For the beginning of this week Samsung promised to update software to solve the problem. However, the fingerprints need to be erased and registered again.
PS. The Galaxy Tab S6 uses an optical scanner and rumors of any bugs have not been released, so the Chinese Bank may have overboarded it somewhat.