The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is still being introduced to the world and the news about the next generation of the phones is already here.
The Galaxy Note 9 may be Samsung's first smartphone to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, according to KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo. The handset is rumored to get the one feature the iPhone X doesn't have, a brand new report says.
While the mobile and screen division of Samsung has been ok the company's memory chips have been the real high earner. Only time can tell if we would finally have fingerprint sensors on the front of the phone, rather than the back.
The information revealed by Kuo suggests that the South Korean company will make it possible for Galaxy Note 9 users to unlock their phone by just placing their finger on the portion of the screen that is integrated with an optical fingerprint sensor. If there is one at all, since Samsung is also expected to debut the foldable Galaxy X next year.
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Meanwhile, Samsung has yet to reveal whether the under-display fingerprint sensor will be available on its Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, according to Gizmo China. The event should immediately remind anyone who follows tech news about the exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, where a number of Note 7 devices exploded due to faulty batteries.
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