In short, the Galaxy S9-series smartphones might not be off to the great start that Samsung had hoped for, but Samsung Electronics is such a multidimensional business that this one data point isn't enough to base a serious investment decision on. Right on cue, rumors are starting to trickle in about the phablet phone-and it's already shaping up to be a monster release. Read on for more information. However, as per the latest report, handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy A7 (2017), Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A3 (2017) will get the latest Android OS soon.
A recycled design likely means the display will be unchanged as well.
However, one change we're nearly certain to see is with the fingerprint sensor. It is nearly indistinguishable from the front if I am holding the S8 or the S9 while the back of the device makes it easier for users to notice the difference because of the changed position of the fingerprint scanner to be situated below the camera module.
Kuo noted the technology doesn't meet Samsung's standards, at least, not yet. Which is why a lot of folks excited to try out the new technology were expecting the Galaxy Note 9. What could change, however is the RAM on board. The 30th of March 2018 is the marked date by Samsung for pushing the update which will allow the Note 8 users to update their devices from Nougat to Oreo.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Might Not Have In-Display Fingerprint Scanner, Analyst Says
Most of the speculation about the Note 9 centres around what might happen with the display.
Each version of the Note brings some changes to what the S Pen can do, and the Note 9 will be no exception. And this year it's all about the camera: Samsung's new phones have a mechanical dual aperture that can adjust depending on the lighting and a new Super Slo-mo feature that automatically creates GIFs from your footage. That doesn't bode well for the likes of Synaptics who will want a big name like Samsung to use and promote its fancy new tech. They're all equipped with powerful processors, great displays, and excellent cameras.
Kuo said Samsung was still facing "technological difficulties" with the under-display fingerprint sensor.
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